The Jalopy Journal
Glad to see the Old Man is still kicking.
The owner recently died.....
That Ranchero is neat. Never saw that one before.
It does give one pause....
Got a link to a news story about this?
It's a classic rodding book, and I really enjoyed reading it. It's somewhere in a box, and will go to my car loving nephews some day.
Those "golden" tires are just too cool for school.
HUBBA-HUBBA! Great pix, fantastic cars. I built the scale model of "Fast Eddies" yellow Cougar when I was just a scamp. DAYUM - it still looks good.
That tool will not fit in my garage.
Pretty sure I have ALL of his books.
Dig it. My Stude club would instantly divide into haters and fans. Count me as a fan.
I met Bill at Speedweek in 1998.... We talked for maybe 5 minutes on the starting line. Didn't actually hit me WHO he was until that night at the...
What's the story on the blue Stude Lark?
Darryl is THE STUFF.
I saw it a couple times in Wichita, and elsewhere. Always liked it!!!!!!
Two thumbs up from me!
Dick Steinkamp owned this awhile back, and then sold it. Follow the thread over on the forum of the Studebaker Drivers Club....
Ask over on the Racing Studebaker forum...
I built the models in that box so many ways when I was a kid.
I don't know. I used it in my '49 Studebaker Champion sedan for 4 years, then sold the car to another club member who moved to another state...
Man, I have GOT to get down there!
Was this Willard the same Clayton Willard who ran the Wichita Warrior wheelstanders?
Keep us clued in to your progress.
Awesome. Keep us filled in.
In answer to the OP's question - yes, and it's not just automotive projects. I just don't know how to say NO.
And so ends the fastest year the salt has ever seen....
This is the realization of so many dreams..... Congrats to Team Vesco on an astounding achievement that will live forever in hot rodding lore.
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