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    1929 Studebaker FOR SALE in Museum?

    possibly the WORST worded ad I have ever seen.
    http://southbend.craigslist.org/cto/1338736161.html

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    I happened to be at the museum when the family was there looking at the car last Wednesday. They know very little about Studebakers. The car being advertised is shown above.

    Richard Quinn
    past editor: Antique Studebaker Review

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    A gorgeous machine! [8D][^]

    But you are correct, that ad does not do the car justice. [xx(]

    <h5>Mark
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    Holy Crap! That thing is BEAUTY!!!! That car deserves a much better ad and at least a picture.Thanks for posting yours Mr. Quinn. WOW that is nice!

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    If they REALLY have to sell it; put it on eBay starting at $9.99 with no reserve - I'll bid on it.

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    quoteossibly the WORST worded ad I have ever seen.
    Perhaps this is one of those cases where they really don't want to sell it, but just have to appear to be selling it in an attempt to mollify someone.

    Chris Pile
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    They should just put it on eBay, or some other public auction, and just take what it will bring. The proceeds will end up with the nursing home anyway.

    Gary L.
    Wappinger, NY

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    Studebaker enthusiast much longer

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