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  1. mookandairin
    Joined: Aug 26, 2011
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    I am building a lark with twin turbos.I have been building it for about6-8 mo.is there any Stude ppl here? alot of ppl dont like them.
     
  2. 4HawkRod
    Joined: Sep 20, 2005
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    I love Stubby-bakers
     

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  3. SmoKerch
    Joined: May 23, 2011
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    Studes is cool.
     
  4. oldguy829
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    They are much better than their reputation.
     
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  5. I like some models......but some of them have a face that only their mother could love.
     
  6. czuch
    Joined: Sep 23, 2008
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    from vail az

    Mucho underrated.
    I bought a 58 Stude 1/2 ton in 76 from a Chevy dealer who said he couldnt imagine who would want that oddball. I asked if they'd take 300 for it and he jumped. It had a McCollough on it. I derove that truck for 5 years and sold it to a Stude collector for alot more. It pays to drive a Stude.
     
  7. They aren't all Bonneville cars.
     

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  8. Yes, I like Studebakers. Studebaker guys as a whole seem to be too cheap to believe, at least the club guys, but the cars are great. I just cut one up in chunks in a you-pick yard to at least save the body off it.
     
  9. I'd roll a Stude any day. I'd give my left nut to find the 50 Champion my old man had when I was a kid.
     
  10. captainjunk#2
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    that question does anyone like studebakers is like asking a government employee if they like taxpayer dollars , studebakers are cool
     
  11. RichFox
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    I like Studebakers. But i would like to sell my Lark so I could move on to my 52 half ton. Anybody want a nice '63 Lark?
     

  12. I rolled one in '62. Can't really reccomend it! :eek:




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  13. rustyford40
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    What's not to like
     
  14. Like a Henry J, beauty in the eye of the beholder. I'd trade my 26 for either one in a heart beat, TR
     
  15. raidmagic
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    I love them. I have a 46 that is next in line when I get my truck back together.


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  16. Special Ed
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    That doesn't look as though it resulted in a healthy outcome for you, Dean.... :eek:
     
  17. I stand corrected I'd drive one any day :)
     
  18. stuart in mn
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  19. dmw56
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    I still have a 1950 Champion my dad bought in 1969. My first car that I drove high school. I also have my wife's grandfather's 54 Stude pickup he bought brand new in 1954.
     
  20. edweird
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    it would have buffed out.
     
  21. edweird
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    my on going project.
     

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  22. edweird
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    my dads fitty fo.
     

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  23. That's what I was trying to do! But 150 MPH and a 40 MPH cross wind at El Mirage had different ideas.
     
  24. You know it didn't Ed. ;):(
     
  25. After 6 months in a body cast, I didn't have any "buffing" left in me!
     
  26. Just to show it really was in one piece at one time. This was in October of '61. The car had just upped the class record to 154. 6 months later, all hell broke loose, and it was destroyed.



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  27. Graham-Cracker
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    I have 6 Studebakers & 7 Henry J 's every one has the common stough.
     
  28. 56oldssuper88
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    Keep us updated. This sounds like an awesome idea. I gotta wild thought to build a rear mount for my 56 olds one day but we will see:D.
     
  29. brigrat
    Joined: Nov 9, 2007
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    from Wa.St.

    Did some work on this one.................
     

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  30. Lotta Stude-ites here! I like mine "danglin the skinnies!"R~R "Worlds Fastest 42 Stude Coupe"
     

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