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    Studebaker fleet

    Here are some more pictures of some 1917 Studebakers from the Thompson collection taken in New Westminster in 19177618019a-d8e6-41a0-a9af-fba7effee594-A17627.jpg

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    And yes there is one 1917 model T Ford

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    For a larger image, look here: http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...-Vancouver-B-C

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    Here is another1917 Studebaker with Stuart Thompson sitting therein.062e595c-0ecd-4c8c-90f6-f9e044e33896-A16467.jpg

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    Picture of car in #4 doesn't look like a Stude to me but not positive.

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    I never knew I could buy a Studebaker at a Dime Store!

    All kidding aside this is a wonderful picture. My attention was immediately drawn to the fenderless roadster on the far left. Possibly a race car of some sort or simply an early hot rod. No matter which it looks cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by studefan View Post
    Picture of car in #4 doesn't look like a Stude to me but not positive.
    Agree. Not a Studebaker.

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    I agree it doesn't look like a Studebaker, I jumped to conclusions when Stuart Thompson has taken several pictures of Studebakers and I assumed he would most probably own one my error.

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