1955 Studebaker Conastoga wagon
Good Luck Studebakers1. Man, I whish I could have a classic car to restore.
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.
Looks like my first field car.
okay 55....have you got your glasses on?....lol
opps sorry it was burnt out...i didn't read the circumstance beyond 1955 Studebaker....lol
is that just rust...or was it burnt out??
thats one "HOT ROD"......
Too bad. Wagons are huge these days. I don't recall seeing one of these.