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Any 30's Studebakers out there?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Diehard32, Dec 28, 2009.

  1. Diehard32
    Joined: Nov 20, 2007
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    I have a friend who owns a '32 Studebaker 3 window and it is quite a big car. I'll try and get some pics, but I wondered if there are any other 30's Studebakers out there? Let's see pic's if you got them.......
     
  2. speedtool
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    Gotta be a few....
     
  3. Ghost28
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    I wish I still had it. 35 stude 3 window suicide door coupe.
     

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  4. turbostude
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  5. I'm building a '31 model 54 Studebaker 5 Window coupe
     

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  6. Tids32
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    I know this is an old thread, but I've been searching early Studebakers. There doesn't seem to be much info out there. I'll be pulling a 31 5 window out of it's resting place this spring, and I'm not sure what direction to take this car. Cadet Stimpy - is your car finished? Love to see pics of the build and what you did with yours.
     

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  7. Rusty O'Toole
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    Studebaker President was a big car with a 337 cu in straight eight, comparable to Packard, Cadillac, Chrysler Imperial or Lincoln. 1933 was the last year for the big President, 1934 and later were downsized considerably with a 250 cu in straight eight.
     
  8. Tids32, wow! It been a long time since I posted. That car took me five years to build. I put a 1954 Flatty in there with a T5 behind it, four wheel discs, a ton of sheet metal work... It was a very fun car to build. Here are some pics...
     

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  9. There wasn't much left to restore to an original so I built a hot rod.

    I forgot, it was in a magazine too!
     
  10. nunattax
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  11. mgtstumpy
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  12. nunattax
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    back window is cool
     
  13. Tids32
    Joined: Jun 2, 2009
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    Cadet Stimpy - I love it, the flathead certainly looks at home in there, and with the T5, should keep up. Well done! I don't think I'll be hot rodding mine, it's too complete and original. I don't have it in the garage yet, so I haven't evaluated the condition of the drive train, so no decisions made yet. If you ever decide to let yours go, let me know. I may want a stable mate for mine!
     
  14. Pete
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    This might be the coolest stude I've ever seen.
     

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