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Commanderpink
11-08-2008, 06:20 PM
HAVE FINISHED THE BOOK BY PATRICK FOSTER, STUDEBAKER THE COMPLETE STORY. IT WAS A PRETTY GOOD BOOK. FOR SOMEONE WHO WASNT OLD ENOUGH AT THE TIME I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN WHO ACQUIRED STUDEBAKER PROPRETY, FOUNDRYS, TOOLINGS,EQUIPMENT AND SO ON AND SO ON AND WHERE MOST OF THE MANAGEMENT AND DESIGNERS WENT. DID THEY END UP WITHIN THE BIG THREE???

8E45E
11-09-2008, 01:29 AM
quote:Originally posted by Commanderpink

HAVE FINISHED THE BOOK BY PATRICK FOSTER, STUDEBAKER THE COMPLETE STORY. IT WAS A PRETTY GOOD BOOK. FOR SOMEONE WHO WASNT OLD ENOUGH AT THE TIME I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN WHO ACQUIRED STUDEBAKER PROPRETY, FOUNDRYS, TOOLINGS,EQUIPMENT AND SO ON AND SO ON AND WHERE MOST OF THE MANAGEMENT AND DESIGNERS WENT. DID THEY END UP WITHIN THE BIG THREE???


Bob Palma has done some articles in Turning Wheels over the years a to what the various buildings were used for. I recall the December, 1983 issue had a photo-essay on what the buildings were being used for at that time, as well as a later article a few years later.

Craig