1941 Studebaker Touring Special

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  • #71217
    Dave Tartaglia
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    I just spotted this one for sale ($10k) in Sarasota, FL: a mostly original custom built in 1953. Build details in the photos.

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    #71218
    Tony
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    Well, it may be a lot of things, but it is definitely NOT a hot rod.

    #71219
    Quentin Hall
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    I may have to rethink a few things on the Packard….

    #71220
    Mild Mitch
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    Well, ummm, Creative. I will refrain and leave it at that.

     

    #71223
    Dave Tartaglia
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    I agree. Not the most beautiful, but points for, um, originality?

    #71224
    Tony
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    In the old days there seemed to be a lot of people who wanted to make their own idea of a car. Mostly with parts from other cars. It was the hay day of Popular Mechanics magazine. They were always showcasing that kind of thing.

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