The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 47studes, Feb 24, 2007.
You'll have to decide if you think this one is cool .....
This one also started life as a Studebaker .....
You'll have to decide if these were also Studebakers. They are "Bullet Nosed" for sure .....
I wondered how long until I would run across A Hirshfield's name. I watched him run at Lions in those days and that old Stude was awesome.
Pictures from the internet of my favorite Studes. The last were owned by a fellow in NH, are two-man Studie Indy cars, and the Studebaker COE that he transported them on.
...just picked this one up, it's fer sale in the classifieds...
1954 Champion Starlight
I had to delete a couple of old posts with bad links to my old website.
Click on this Bullet Nose Paradise link to see lots of modified Studebakers ...
... including my 51 Champion ...
That’s a cool truck. But really the M series pickups don’t do it for me. No offense intended! To each his own. I prefer the 2R, 3R, E, 2E pickups (before the Transtars). And the later Scotsman pickups.
Damn that's beautiful!
I did this rendering a while back for the FAS...Even though it's not real I thought it might be worth a few smiles
A friend just bought this 55
Here is Kats latest build, learned a lot about Stude’s. Just cant wait to start driving this.
Saw this for sale a few years ago, on the HAMB maybe ?
My Conestogas are a few pages back (pg. 9), here's the Lark that I drove as a daily driver for a little over 10 years. 259 in., auto trans. posi rear end.
It's gone off to a new home now. This is the "For Sale" picture.
I posted a photo of a very cool and rare Studebaker wagon last week but it got tossed because it had "modern wheels" on it. Maybe I can photoshop the wheels so I can try again. Ever hear of a 1956 Pelham?
I see this and it just screams I want to be a race car to me!
I need to get this car back on the road soon. I let it sit to long.
1964 Studebaker Commander Super Lark R-3a
Dang that's purdy......and FAST !
And a real Sleeper.
Nice cars. I've browsed thru. Anyone have a photo of the 50's 2 door w/ 59 Caddy fins that John Hychko (sp) of Valley Auto Body, Waterbury,CT built in the 60"s.
He and Frank Maratta started CT Dragway. John tried to get me to buy shares in the project at $100 share. I was making $1.00 hr at the time.
Paul in CT
Here is an update, I got all the lettering and pin stripes hand painted.
That’s freakin sweet, my two faves,classic gasser and Studebaker!! Nicely done
Thank you BruceT
Same truck... evolution being what it is; '56 as dragged from the barn, then '52 hood & grille, then stacked quads. Needs more lowering, but in due time.
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