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Projects '64 Studebaker Wagonaire Shed Find...Sort Of

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Spark Plug, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. Spark Plug
    Joined: Apr 9, 2002
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    from Duvall, WA

    Not very often that I post on here, but pretty excited about my "shed find". Well sort of a shed find, see a friend and fellow HAMBr jagfxr1949 had it stuffed in his shed. I was digging it from the first time I saw it. He mentioned he was going to sell it, some discussing and a deal was struck. Pretty excited about getting this cleaned up, running and start cruising in it.


    Thanks Jag!!
     

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  2. philo426
    Joined: Sep 20, 2007
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    Was that WAgon made in South Bend or Canada?Looks to be in great shape!
     
  3. 50stude p/u
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    Nice! I was hoping jag would keep it around for a couple years untill I have "extra" money, but that would be pretty inconvienent haha. And i think for it to be a "find" very few people need to know about it.
     
  4. I always thought the Wagonaire, with its sliding rear roof section, was pretty cool. Enjoy!
     
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  5. petew
    Joined: Jul 21, 2010
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    That is cool. If you look on you tube you can find the original tv commercial for that car.
     
  6. outlaw256
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    man i love it!!!!!!!!!!!! get her cleaned up and on the road !!
     
  7. jroberts
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    Nice find. That should make a great driver. What drive train does the car have?
     
  8. raidmagic
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    That's sweet. How about some more pics of that rear roof section.
     
  9. Trucked Up
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    Nice score. Keep us posted on the progress.
     
  10. speedtool
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    Cool - I love my '66!
    Have fun in it.
     
  11. looks like allen did you right! that looks like a really clean station wagon so get it running and bring it to the next H&E.
     
  12. Chad, glad you're keeping it "in the family". Can't wait to bum a ride.
     
  13. Spark Plug
    Joined: Apr 9, 2002
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    Spark Plug
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    from Duvall, WA

    Off the trailer and a bath today. I'll try to get some good pictures of the rear sliding roof tomorrow and post them.

    50 Stude/Sam - there may be a Dork work party in the near future to get her up and road worthy.
     

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  14. Ebert
    Joined: Feb 13, 2006
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    Love those things!!! Great find!
     
  15. Commando66
    Joined: Jan 1, 2008
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    I hear Ron Smith is having a Stude swap meet at his house in Tacoma this weekend. Might be a good place to get some parts for your great wagon.
     
  16. S1B
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  17. HeatherMarie
    Joined: Mar 25, 2010
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    from USA

    64 Studes built in canada had a all cream-colored steering wheel while South Bend ones had two-tone steering wheels (usually interior color and a wite section at the top & bottom).

    Unless somebody swapped parts, it appears it has a South Bend steering wheel on it in the pictures.



     
  18. OahuEli
    Joined: Dec 27, 2008
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    from Hawaii

    Nice find! I haven't seen one of those in ages! What motor you got in it?
     
  19. Spark Plug
    Joined: Apr 9, 2002
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    Spark Plug
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    from Duvall, WA

    Haven't dug too far into it to determine whether it was Southbend or Canada. Does have the two-tone wheel as HeatherMarie pointed out. Got it vacuumed, cleaned the seats up. Has the 259 in it. Got a bunch of stuff to do before I try to fire it up. Will try to drop the tank and get it cleaned and ready to use in the next week or so. Knee deep right now in body and paint on my dads roadster.

    Here are some more pics of the rear sliding roof.
     

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  20. shooter54
    Joined: Apr 25, 2006
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    oh my god that rules.
     

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