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anyone got any cool studebakers

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 47studes, Feb 24, 2007.

  1. Bugsy
    Joined: Dec 27, 2008
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    Bugsy
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    from Kansas

  2. turbostude
    Joined: Nov 8, 2006
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    from minnesota

    This year's Salt2Salt car....XF/BFALT and XF/BGALT
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  3. TeejDio
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    our '59 silver hawk.
     

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  4. lanny haas
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  5. edweird
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    that just mean lookin!!!
     
  6. davetheted
    Joined: Nov 17, 2009
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    Hi from England ,This is my 48 ,I have a 50 bulletnose front end to fit one day!
    ONLY AT HOME IN OLD CARS
    Dave
     

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  7. Mr.Musico
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    my dads 25
     

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  8. RatBone
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    My Buddies 1 of 1 Studebaker Cabover!

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  9. mrvalvoline
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    Here is our lark. tpi small block, 200r4.
     

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  10. uncleAud
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    heres mine..been here before...500 cad, etc
     

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  11. 5brown1
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    Posted the picture about a year ago when hauling it back from Nevada.

    Here is the nearly completed car. Off getting upholstery presently.

    1937 Studebaker President Coupe.
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  12. I hear you guys like traditional. This car was optioned up at the Studebaker dealership in San Angelo, TX, in 1953. The continental kit is aftermarket but the Stude dealer installed and painted that also. The car now has 28K actual miles.
     

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  13. hupster
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    from california

    Here's my '48 Champion convert. I used '50 front group and rear fenders with '51 tail lights. I cut a small wedge from the back of the front wheel opening up to the top of the fender and dropped the nose down 1 1/2" to have the front slope like the rear. It's running a 94 LT1 - not traditional, I know, but makes it scoot pretty well.
     

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  14. aerorocket
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    You hit the nail on the head.
     
  15. alsancle
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    Totally cool!
     
  16. Caractacus Potts
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    [​IMG]
    Latest shot of my 52. Getting close to finished...
     
  17. Livrat
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    Over the years I have had bunches of them pass thru my hands.. most were when I was young n dumb... back in the 70's... wish I still had a select few of them .. sigh......
     

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  18. biggen
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    HERE my 32
     

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  19. Rexmortis
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  20. BeatnikPirate
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    I'm blown away by the variety of really cool Studebakers on this thread. Here's another one:
     

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  21. Bullet Nose
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    My 51 Champion 4 door .....

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    and lots of other bullet nose Studebakers on my Bullet Nose Paradise website
     
  22. 4HawkRod
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    My 1953 1/2 ton with 15,000 original miles. Made in Hamilton Ontario Canada. #93 of 263 painted Azore green
     

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  23. Mine left over the winter, kids in college, oh well.

    54 with a 53 grill, 289 Stude V8 with a 3 speed with overdrive stude trans.

    Nice car.



    www.highspeedmotorsports.com
     

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  24. BeatnikPirate
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    How 'bout a really big-ass Studebaker! :eek:
     

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  25. 47studes
    Joined: Feb 23, 2007
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    Wow some great looking cars and trucks out there. One of these days hopefully mine will look as good.
     
  26. 32ford07
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    my 49
     

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  27. Mike VV
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    Can't post pictures right now but here's a link to a couple of mine.
    http://public.fotki.com/-Mike-/

    I have -

    1. 59 Lark, 2dr wagon, daily driver
    2. 60 Lark, 2dr wagon, turning into a race car (in Fotki pictures)
    3. 55 Conestoga, needs work, will be my daily driver when finished (in fotki pictures)
    4. 54 Conestoga, on its way to being a 50's/60's looking hot rod (in Fotki pictures)

    Got into them sorta by accident...just needed a car..and it spread from there!

    Mike
     
  28. Country Gent
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    Here's my gasser I never finished back in the 60s.
     

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  29. Abomination
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  30. stude54ht
    Joined: Dec 30, 2007
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    from Spokane WA

    My 54, had it forever.
     

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