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1955 Studebaker Conastoga
- August 7, 2010
Good Luck Studebakers1. Man, I whish I could have a classic car to restore.
- February 9, 2009
I'm a Studebaker man from way back although I have owned many others. Back in my day, you could buy or trade a car easier than you could afford to go buy gas to fill one up. I see these cars listed that are completely junk for hundreds and even thousands of dollars, and remember when I bough good looking and running cars and pickups for as little as $45.00. I have my Bill of Sale for a really nice 1946 Chevrolet 4 door sedan wuth a light blue lower body and dark blue upper with only 57,360 miles on it on February 25, 1957 just after I came home from the Army for $75.00 Cash and a three month full Guarentee. Man those were the days. I'm in the process of rebuilding a 1951 Stude 3/4 t. Pickup now and the Paint alone cost me more than the whole Truck and I gave over $500.00 for it.
- December 20, 2008
Looks like my first field car.
- April 15, 2008
okay 55....have you got your glasses on?....lol
- April 4, 2008
opps sorry it was burnt out...i didn't read the circumstance beyond 1955 Studebaker....lol
- April 4, 2008
is that just rust...or was it burnt out??
- March 11, 2008
thats one "HOT ROD"......
- March 10, 2008
Too bad. Wagons are huge these days. I don't recall seeing one of these.
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Rusty Abandoned Classic Cars from the 50's
Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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