The Jalopy Journal
Studebaker used the left hand studs as well. I think they did so at least through 1959. I had a '59 Lark that had them. I think a lot of...
This year's Studebaker Drivers Club International Meet to be held in
Chattanooga has been cancelled.
Okay, what are these guys doing?
Amen! I have been thinking the same thing looking at these pictures. I taught history for 30 years and when discussing the Great Depression I...
I believe this is a Packard. Note the tail lights. You could have gotten this Packard with a supercharged engine. The body of Packards and...
I said it wasn't smart just that it is not legal. As a cyclist in my younger adult days, I saw many of my fellow cyclists doing the dumb stuff...
In most states a bicycle is considered to be a motor vehicle and it is legal to ride two side by side. Now, I am not saying riding two by two on...
What a gorgeous truck. Congratulations!:)
Who says a truck can't be a racer?
My dad had a Hudson Jet with the fenderskirts and continental kit. His was two toned black and maroon. It was the Super model with dual carbs....
Studebaker Zip Van. These were made specifically for the postal service. This was a time when Studebaker was going through its final tough...
Wow! Even more Studebakers! Thanks
Thanks for all of the Studebakers!:D
Factory Studebaker outing on the Rubicon Trail. I guess about 1923.
.......and indeed you should be proud of that young man. The truck is absolutely gorgeous you both should be mighty proud of the finished product.
This silver coupe may be well modified, but the essence of the Porsche is still there. What a beautiful car.
I'm not a big Tri-Five Chevy fan, but I'll take three of these at that price.
Canceled. Possibly held later.
I believe the car on the right hand side of the picture is a Hudson Hornet. It looks to e
have the smaller version of the Hudson Twin H engine....
Studebaker pickups from 1960-64 were called Champs
That is indeed a good looking truck. I have not seen a 2r painted that color. It is a good color for the truck.
Chicago Northwestern railroad. My grandfather worked for that rail road for much of his life.
THE GREAT ESCAPE one of my favorite movies. Some great stars in that one.
The car I really learned to drive in was a Plymouth like this but it was a four door. One day my dad called me to go for a ride with him. We ended...
It has been so long since I saw that movie it is a wonder I remember anything about it. I don't remember this car and sure should have as it is...
Thanks Ford for not following your proposal on this one...
I don't know about '64's but my '65 also has the Cruiser on the rear panel as well.
Is this car based on a two door sedan or a C body.
I was wondering the same thing......
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