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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by George G, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. George G
    Joined: Jun 28, 2005
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    Oh My God! Do I love this car or what?
    About a 1936 Studebaker 3 window coupe. Those Stylists were with it that year!

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    There was a '37 / 38 Chev coupe there as well.

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  2. chaddilac
    Joined: Mar 21, 2006
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    so did you get it??

    Cool back glass on the stude!
     
  3. JamesG
    Joined: Nov 5, 2003
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    The back glass and dash's on those were very art-deco for the time. Good find man.
     
  4. john56h
    Joined: Jan 28, 2007
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    Very cool!

    I remember just one coupe stock car with a Studebaker body like that. It was a blue #3. And there were hundreds of 37-38 Chevy coupe racers.
     

  5. Mercmad
    Joined: Mar 21, 2007
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    In the 1960's in new Zealand,a guy I delivered newspapers too had one ,fenderless,GMC 302 ( later changed for a flattie bought NOS from the local ford dealer ).louvered rockers like a belly pan under the doors. so cool it hurt!. thats only the third Stude coupe I have seen .
     
  6. Nailhead
    Joined: Oct 3, 2007
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    Where did you find this ?? Anywhere close ?? :rolleyes:

    Todd
     
  7. way cool,like the rear window
     
  8. nice find have to agree on the back window and dash!! if you got it nice score!!
     
  9. THat's one of the coolest bodystyles ever. Love it.
     
  10. ...I want the 37-8 chevy!!!
     
  11. Kustom7777
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    from Austin, TX

    never seen one of those,,,,,great potential taildraggerrrrrrrrr
     
  12. publicenemy1925
    Joined: Feb 4, 2007
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    from OKC, OK

    Very choice piece.
     
  13. There is a four door sedan in the bush up here that was given to me. Not much left but the front fenders and grill are still on it! Can,t drive to it so I guess I,ll rent a gas chop saw.....
     
  14. xderelict
    Joined: Jul 30, 2006
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    There was a Stude the same as this sitting in Neligh Nebraska.It looks like the same car.The front suspension was crazy looking, transverse leave spring between a arms..Jigger on this board lives in Neligh and would know if it's still behind Shanes body shop.Cool find and a real unique look
     
  15. Dat Dirty Rat
    Joined: Jan 15, 2003
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    I've always loved the back windows on those....I was on the hunt hardcore for one a few years back but didnt have any luck finding one....
    It would be an ultimate taildragger...
     
  16. George G
    Joined: Jun 28, 2005
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    I just swooped in and took the photos. I'll have to go back and see if it's available.

    This is the grille.

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  17. Dat Dirty Rat
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    Dude, please tell me you 'saved' this car and its in your posesssion??
     
  18. studefreak
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    Love them Studes Nice find !
     
  19. Royalshifter
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  20. Short Bull
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    yea that Stude is cool man! I found this one upon the forgotten feilds of the ol bombing range. I was humbled in the ol graveyard.....

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  21. HydroClyde
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    very cool car,here's some pics of 36 and 37's
     

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  22. pimpin paint
    Joined: May 31, 2005
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    from so cal

    Hey,

    I beleve that era of Studebaker coupe was designed by Phillip Wright.
    Wright did design work for Murphy Coachbuilders, here in SoCal on
    Duesenbergs and other big named iron. He moved on to Pierce -
    Arrow, when Murphy closed it's doors and went on to design the
    1933 Pierce Silver Arrow show car; at ten thousand dollars in 1933
    money, it was quite a show car. The streamlined styling of Pierce
    vehicles found their way into production Studebakers when Pierce
    and Studebaker merged in the 30s.

    Swankey Devils C.C.
     
  23. Goztrider
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    I want that dash to put into my Dubble A truck! That'd be pretty awesome!
     
  24. speedtool
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    Good luck with it. Let us know when you need Stude parts.
     
  25. 37CoupeE
    Joined: Jan 24, 2006
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    The 36 and 37 Studebaker Coupes both have similar rear windows.
    The big difference is that the 36 version opens and creates a nice flow through ventilation when the cowl vent is also opened.
    I got one of these coupes from Colorado in 2000, it's sitting in storage waiting it's turn. :)
     
  26. DEEPNHOCK
    Joined: Jan 3, 2005
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    Mike,
    Didn't the '36 windshield crank out, and the '37 had the cowl vent?
    Just curious....
    Did'ja ever drag the coupe inside?
    Jeff:cool:

     
  27. WOW! Trying to imagine it chopped and taildraggin....
     
  28. lostn51
    Joined: Jan 24, 2008
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    that is a sweet coupe!!!! id love to go plundering in the graveyard a few post earlier. who owns that stuff anyway and is it for sale?
     

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