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    Made some car videos!

    Yes that's right! I went ahead and made all four of these on a whim to showcase these little cars with big character. They're all impromptu, so that means no script, no second takes, no nothing. It's just a raw outpouring of my view of what makes that particular car noteworthy. Enjoy!

    I. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uBhz8zeiwE

    II. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ltrmQ9Weps

    III. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QenaPIERtV8

    IV. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XytFGqU7fw
    Jake Kaywell: Shoo-wops and doo-wops galore to the background of some fine Studes. I'm eager and ready to go!

    1962 GT Hawk - completely finished in driveable condition.

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    Gee...I was expecting to see Studebakers. What was I thinking? Maybe next time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.J. lavallee View Post
    Gee...I was expecting to see Studebakers. What was I thinking? Maybe next time?
    He did post it in the Stove Huggers section. He previously posted a Studebaker video in the Studebaker section.
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    Jack; Thanks for posting the videos. The three transmissions offered on Corvair through out its life standard three speed, powerglide two speed automatic and a four speed manual. The NSU Prince was introduced in 1958. The 1958 Nash Metropolitan came equipped with a Austin A50 engine which was rated at 52 hp. No stock Austin engine either the A40 or A50 that came in the Metropolitan was ever rated at 80 hp. The engine in the 1972 MG Midget was rated at 54.5 hp.


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    Corvair ! Cool! I have a 1961 (Yikes - it's 57 years old!) Corvair "Lakewood" station wagon that was given to me in 1995. It is pretty much religated to being a storage container but it is on my "Bucket List." That is if my bucket doesn't spring a leak anytime soon. Here is a really nice Corvair wagon with a GM chassis, front mounted V-8. This is NOT a hacked car, it is VERY well done! It was featured on "My Classic Car." http://www.infinitegarage.com/an-ls2...corvair-wagon/
    '64 Lark Type, powered by '85 Corvette L-98 (carburetor), 700R4, - CASO to the Max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wittsend View Post
    Corvair ! Cool! I have a 1961 (Yikes - it's 57 years old!) Corvair "Lakewood" station wagon that was given to me in 1995. It is pretty much religated to being a storage container but it is on my "Bucket List." That is if my bucket doesn't spring a leak anytime soon. Here is a really nice Corvair wagon with a GM chassis, front mounted V-8. This is NOT a hacked car, it is VERY well done! It was featured on "My Classic Car." http://www.infinitegarage.com/an-ls2...corvair-wagon/
    My sister owned two Corvairs at the same time (in the 1960s). One was a 1961 Lakewood wagon and the other was a 1965 coupe (bought new).
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