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  1. TA DAD
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    TA DAD
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    Here is a field full of them ! studebaker 012.JPG
     

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  2. vtx1800
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    I started this car three years ago this month. You couldn't get the drivers door open, without a kick. Typical rust everywhere. Hope to be on the road next week as soon as the plates come in and it is insured. IMG_2904.JPG IMG_2900.JPG IMG_2899.JPG
     
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    my pickup lumber carrier, tool hauler, firewood carrier, and general workhorse that I've been driving since the 80s that was filmed in the movie Dig Two Graves a few yrs ago.

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    I owned this from 1976 - 1989.
    Used it as a sleeper, show car, trailer puller, and all around hot rod until I sold it at the Chicago Auto Show around 1988 1989.

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    As a kid in Orlando in the early 70s, I had what I thought was the coolest car anyone could buy. All my spare earnings and evenings & weekends went into making it faster and fun.
    I can still remember the sounds of the new Pink Floyd, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, and Led Zeppelin music coming in on the lightly buzzing 6v Philco tube radio (I ran 2 6v batteries in the trunk when I converted to 12v) as I hot rodded around and got such a kick out of leaving a loud chirrrp and rubber streaks when I passed someone on the highway.
    I dreaded red lights because my left leg would start trembling as I tried to keep the heavy 3200 lb Zoom clutch from grabbing while the traffic light took it's good ole time .
    I actually broke a few clutch linkages and two T-10s with my rough style, but when you're 19 it's such a kick to bark the tires at speed when you pass the slow ppl. :)
    It was a great time to be a 19 yr old gearhead with a good speed shop nearby, good driveway fixing weather, and other hotrodders everywhere.. :)

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  6. plym_46
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    from central NY

    56 Transtar, 259, 4bbl, 700r4, Ford 9 inch disc brakes.
     

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  7. Rocky72
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    Cool stuff , I'm actually working on my 56 golden hawk today trying to get her to run .
     
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  8. Hurley50
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    Here is my 50 studebaker I sold a few years ago. It was a fun car. I'm a fan of studebakers, maybe I'll get another one day.... image_6.jpeg image_7.jpeg image_29.jpeg image_31.jpeg
     
  9. uncleandy 65
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  17. 48stude
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    Here's my Stude that I sold in 2013. I had a lot of fun over the 25 years I owned it. I wonder where it is now and if whoever owns it is having as much fun as I had with it. Bill stude.jpg
     
  18. here's a 51 pickup I have for sale...
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  19. Mike VV
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    A friends pickup. Sold a few years back.
    Had a 3" exhaust system behind a big Chevy. Noisy doesn't even come close. We had to wear ear plugs on this trip from L.A. to Famoso (Bakersfield).


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  20. Mike VV
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    My 59 daily driver wagon. The big oil spill...ALL Stude engines leak..! Has been sold.
    My 60 hot rod wagon getting ready to have a roll cage installed, (car not done).
    I had just bought the blue 54 wagon. It's within these pages somewhere. Runs...but not done.


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  22. Six Ball
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    This one was for sale around here a couple of years ago.

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  23. Scrapin’Metal
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    Scrapin’Metal

    Getting closer. Need to cut buff and assemble. You know all the fun stuff.
     

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  24. plym_46
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    Mine hasn't leaked a drop.
     
  25. bob3757
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    This is my 1960 coupe with a 1953 nose, 2 " chop in the front, 500" Cad, turbo 400. Bob 001 (3).jpg 001.jpg 002.jpg 004.jpg
     
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  26. 5brown1
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    Your old pickup is in Rapid City, SD owned by the president of our Studebaker Drivers club.
     
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  27. 48stude
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    WOW! Thanks , I would love to know more about it . Bill
     
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  28. Six Ball
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    It is one of my dreams to find any of my old cars. There was a lot some should still be out there.
     
  29. uncleandy 65
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