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  1. '63 Champ Pickup - Introduction of the Champ Conestoga Option Dealer Literature

    Introduction of the Champ Conestoga Option

    September 14, 1962

    The Introduction Package sent to dealers consisted of: two (2) typewritten pages describing the new Conestoga camper top for Champ pickups; one (1) Confidential Price List; one (1) typewritten page describing the differences between the ‘Standard’ and ‘Deluxe’ Conestoga top; two (2) Dealer Order Forms; and a two-page (front and back) flyer with pictures and specifications.The individual pages of the Introduction Package are reproduced ...
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  2. '63 Champ Pickup - 8E Champ-Transtar-Diesel Accessories Booklet

    Click on the thumbnails to bring up the large images!






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    Updated 06-25-2016 at 06:49 PM by r1lark

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  3. '63 Champ Pickup - Neat Champ Literature Items Part 1

    Neat Champ Literature Items

    Last updated 04-05-2009

    No, this page is not really related to the restoration project - but I wanted to provide access to a few of the neat Champ literature items collected over the years. I hope they provide some enjoyment!
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    Updated 06-25-2016 at 06:51 PM by r1lark

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  4. '63 Champ Pickup - Beginnings

    Beginnings

    My 1963 Studebaker Champ 8E5 truck was purchased a number of years ago - best I can figure right now, it was about 10 years ago. I actually knew of this truck 20 years ago after seeing an ad in the local ‘Trading Post’, but missed buying it by about 1 day. I soon found out that another Studebaker owner in Colfax had purchased it - he came by my house looking for a source for a piston. ...
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  5. '62 GT Hawk - Non-Progress Report June 25, 2016

    A 'non-progress' report on the '62 GT Hawk. Between working a couple of days this week, and going to my Mom's for two days to do some plumbing work with my brother, not too much has happened on the Hawk. I did order a 0-1" ball anvil micrometer graduated in ten-thousands of a mil. This will allow me to measure the bearing shell thicknesses on the bearings. So, to verify bearing clearances, take the journal OD measurements with a mic; use the dial bore gauge to measure the bore without the bearings ...
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