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studehunter
12-02-2011, 10:09 AM
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UNIQUE opportunity knocks 12549on the doors of Studebaker aficionados with discretionary monetary resources. One of the planet earth’s most beautiful and sexy vehicles has emerged out of the personal collection assembled by a financially distressed octogenarian in upstate South Carolina. This car is so provocative it is XXX rated such that conservative family publications refuse to print.
THIS 1934 Studebaker is probably the last standing Regal Deluxe eight cylinder commander CONVERTIBLE embodying Pierce Arrow styling influence.
THIS car is priceless and only financially capable persons beyond the general public with devoted interests between age 51 and 67 passing background checks are invited to communicate with the owner’s agent – Padhammer@gmail.com
SINCE there are no comps or legitimate off-springs and this STUD(e) was neutered before it was shipped from South Bend, the subject car may change ownership for less than $100,000.00

UPDATE: The cucumber has been removed to reveal the entire designated driver area, the age restriction has been expanded to include all human subjects from the WHOMB TO THE TOMB

Also, as to how to accomplish the process of neutering a vehicle such as this. Remove the two left front wheel lug nuts its just that simple.

KJongenburger
12-02-2011, 10:30 AM
And the agent has a free G-mail account ... Hmmm

ddub
12-02-2011, 10:49 AM
Those of us in the great unwashed would love to see a picture of this vanishingly rare car!

2R5
12-02-2011, 11:09 AM
Wonder why there is an age limit?
Its like , if your Prince Harry you can't buy it , even though you have the money ???

mbstude
12-02-2011, 11:11 AM
I was ready to wire the money, but being only 21 it looks like I'm out of the game.

Heh, I wish.

scott.rodgers
12-02-2011, 11:47 AM
I'd buy it, but I don't have the digressionary monetary resources.

KJongenburger
12-02-2011, 12:30 PM
Having English only as a second language I wouldn't even know what it means. I had to look up " financially distressed octogenarian" in the dictionary. Those of my kids could not help me, too modern. I had to take my grandfathers dictionary :)

studehunter
12-02-2011, 12:37 PM
Just to set the record straight, I posted this for a friend.

TX Rebel
12-02-2011, 12:58 PM
Having English only as a second language I wouldn't even know what it means. I had to look up " financially distressed octogenarian" in the dictionary. Those of my kids could not help me, too modern. I had to take my grandfathers dictionary :)

I do not think you are the only one with English as a second language!

Scott
12-02-2011, 03:13 PM
Is that a pickle, a pear, or an avocado sitting in the car?

scott.rodgers
12-02-2011, 03:18 PM
After seeing the pictures I see that the seller is right - the car is so provocative it is XXX rated such that conservative family publications refuse to print.

2R5
12-02-2011, 03:20 PM
I think if you want 100 grand for the car, which it very well could be worth that , you need a lot more and better pictures than those !

studegary
12-02-2011, 03:29 PM
The little picture on the left looks like the car that Bob Yale had restored and was in the SNM, the last that I knew. It all doesn't matter too much to me because I am older than his age limit. Does it make any sense to restrict many of those with the funds to buy something like this?

studegary
12-02-2011, 03:41 PM
I wonder how many decades ago these pictures were taken?

jclary
12-02-2011, 03:44 PM
I have a feeling I have seen this car before. One more year and I'll exceed the age limit. However, if I were to buy it...you can be assured it would be for less than 100,000 bucks.

Roscomacaw
12-02-2011, 03:57 PM
In that one side shot there appears to be one honkin' cancer growth below the front of the door. If that's the case, I'd wonder what I COULDN'T see. Mox Nix of course. I can't afford it any ways.

Studebaker Wheel
12-02-2011, 04:33 PM
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/ee285/studeq/newsgroup/34commconvbustygirlscopy.jpg?t=1322864906

Do not open if you are easily offended (or easily excited).

I wouldn't buy that car. While on my way to South Bend a few years back it broke down and I, against my better judgement, had to drive the two occupants to the nearest motel. They were very grateful.

Jerry Forrester
12-02-2011, 04:50 PM
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/ee285/studeq/newsgroup/34commconvbustygirlscopy.jpg?t=1322864906

Do not open if you are easily offended (or easily excited).

I wouldn't buy that car. While on my way to South Bend a few years back it broke down and I, against my better judgement, had to drive the two occupants to the nearest motel. They were very grateful.
Against your better judgement?????? Are you some kind of a nut????

dnevin
12-02-2011, 08:02 PM
Could someone explain to me how a car is "neutered?" I'm familiar with the term from a biological perspective, but have not heard it in reference to a car. . .

58PackardWagon
12-02-2011, 08:33 PM
Dick I loved your write-up! I would have given this car some serious thought if I hadn't just wired my last hundred grand to the Home for Unwed Pregnant Cats in Nigeria.

Studebaker Wheel
12-02-2011, 08:47 PM
Against your better judgement?????? Are you some kind of a nut????

I was concerned that they might try to compromise my morals.

Bob Andrews
12-02-2011, 10:35 PM
against my better judgement, had to drive the two occupants to the nearest motel. They were very grateful.

I agree. The stupid black bars they're wearing would have annoyed me enough that I would have left them stranded too. Besides, they're dumb- ever hear of sunburn?

What's the point of the over-the-top writeup? Is that supposed to make one think the seller is impressive, or is it somebody experimenting with a new thesaurus? Just kidding, it's a great car!

Since I won't be 51 for 6 months I have time to save up. Meantime, I'm working on the first draft of my contact e-mail:

Greetings and salutations Mr. Padhammer@-

Recently I was privileged to chance upon the likeness of your bewitching Studebaker motorcar automobile. Being a fervent swain of such automotive finery, I would be appreciative of the priviligeous fortuity of securing personal purchase of said automotive motorcar. I am in the process of acquiring the required financial resourcery required for the aforementioned procurement. Having been the fortuitous recipient of a lovely example of feminine pulchritude with over a quarter-century of caring for and about same, I can assure you I am eminently capable of correctly and efficiently managing the 'sexy' aspect of this fabulous conveyance.

Although a background check may reveal some less-than-ideal historical detailery, including but not limited to an occasionally contumelious proclivity, I assure you that my given name is a relatively common occurance, and therefore my irreproachable integrity and impeccable pedigree could possibly become confused with that of some lesser rabble. Since that is beyond my control, I am confident such a misunderstanding will not derail my candidacy as a likely suitor for the Studebaker automobile motorcar.

Please do contact my staff at your earliest convenience. They can supply you with my pertinent information, such as Date of Birth, SS number, and bank routing info. My monetary resources are not only digressionary as you require, but discretionary as well.

In closing, it is with my most sincere appreciation that I will anticipate your contact.

With warmest wishes and transcendant regards,
Mr. Robert K. Andrews the First

P.S. As further proof of my proclivity for detail recognition, I alone can identify the item resident in the passenger compartment of your second photo. It is the shard of glass upon which Arnie suffered his fatal impalement in the movie 'Christine'. I am hopeful this artifact is included in the purchase.

studehunter
12-05-2011, 11:16 AM
I have been asked by Padhammer to clarify that Bob Yales car was a 1935 not to be confused with the 1934 that this thread is about. He also wanted me to ask how many of you know of any other 1934 like this is out there. If you are aware of any please post .

JimsLeadCommander
12-07-2011, 04:37 PM
AGE RESTRICTIONS & MONEY CAP LIFTED ON THIS 1935 RUMBLE SEAT CONVERTIBLE.....All you need do is go back and read the revised hype.

John K
12-08-2011, 06:22 PM
I have been asked by Padhammer to clarify that Bob Yales car was a 1935 not to be confused with the 1934 that this thread is about. He also wanted me to ask how many of you know of any other 1934 like this is out there. If you are aware of any please post . There was this Dictator on eBay a while back, '06 maybe.