In this room, he has installed a large wood fired boiler that is used to heat the shop and also his house. Order from Fifth Avenue Antique Auto Parts, 415 Court Street, Clay Center Kansas 67432. By policy, the ads are posted online no sooner than 20 days after the issue has been mailed this is typically the 10th of every month. In 1960, a convertible Studebaker's first since 1952 and a four-door station wagon were added to the lineup. It was very interesting walking around with Alyn and having him point out some of the special things that made each car unique. The dated Studebakers were not selling well.
All Pages ©Copyright 1995-2004 E-Mail any comments, corrections, spelling errors, or anything else to:. June 1st in Kingston, Tennessee. We certainly wish them well with it and know that it will be a stunning car when it is completed. This is number 832 of 849 built in 1950. Good tires, black interior, black sport roof over Astra white paint.
White with red vinyl interior. Redone seat covers, chrome and stainless. Call 785-632-3450 or visit their website. Here is a picture of me in my shop working on the car. There are always many people who post answers to your queries very quickly. Whole Larks, doors, hoods, windshields, engines, transmissions, rear ends.
We currently have 14 Studebakers that are being restored by our members, most of whom already have one that they are driving and enjoying. Toth, 69, doesn't have the car anymore. Terry and Marney talking with Vivian before dinner. All 4 fenders, 4 tires, not mounted, dash. Everybody certainly enjoyed the special day and Linda and I would like to wish everyone a glorious Christmas Season and drive safely.
For a time in the 1950s and '60s, Hamilton Police used Studebakers as their cruisers. It was their wedding car when Dave and Vera got married. The article was written by Phil Morris. New clutch, tires, brakes, upholstery, headliner, carpet, manuals, muffler. A very skilled craftsman for sure! I am enjoying being able to take it to meetings and events.
He has a very well equipped and staffed shop. Too bad it was not a better day for kicking tires and checking under hoods. It has over three hundred pounds of steel in it so far. John, Mark , Gill , Pete There were five members from our club in attendance and lots of others with similar interests to talk to. Moving and need money for house.
He showed us some examples of parts made from solid blocks of steel that are much superior to the original castings. For the past few years we have had an annual rally and picnic planned and hosted by one of our members. Sale conducted by Brett Chambers Auctions 6301, 5642. Some of his cars are used in the movie industry around town. Dave Card welcomed us to visit his workshop at his home in Pitt Meadows.
We organize five or six chapter events each year, some of which tie in with other chapters in Canada and the U. V-8, with an automatic transmission. Smooth running, dependable, detailed 289 V8, automatic transmission. But it's also rare to see any mention of the old plant — which is why the drivers' club wanted to pay tribute with a plaque at the site of the old factory. Detailed list by category at:. Studebaker International maintains a very active website that includes member forums that you can enter to ask Studebaker related questions.
The factory was operational for close to 20 years, with its first cars rolling off the line in 1948 and the doors closing for good in 1966, putting close to 700 employees out of work. We have a number of members who have restoration and mechanical skills who help and give advice to other members when requested. Special thanks to Vera and Dave C. Maybe it will even see some restoration some day. Wayne Toth will be at the Saturday event. Emerson sitting with his proud grandparents Sandy and Phil W. Take care and drive safely, Ron Cann Author Posted on Categories Tags , , , Hello: If you are looking at this Studebaker Drivers Club website, possibly you are thinking of joining a club like ours where the members share your interest in Studebakers.
Dave says he has had it charging 100 amps! Enjoying a run with the Wagonaire on a sunny fall day! Hopefully, you can get a bit of an idea of his genius engineering from my pictures. For more information go to contact us at or call 715-762-1818. This beautiful T-Bird was also going to be picked up for delivery to a movie set. Have a look at the pictures and you will also see a Packard parts car in the yard that he has been saving for that very purpose. If you have any questions or wish more information, please get in touch with us. That makes it take all day to travel in a semi circle following the sun.