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    Commander Member sactorandy's Avatar
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    1955 Champion Regal

    This car had been parked in a garage and not driven since 1997. I bought it in September 2011. It took very little to get it running and of course, a brake job to be able to drive it. It has always been a Sacramento Valley car, hence, Zero Rust.
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    Thats nice.
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    Wow, a Starliner (or at least a 2-door hardtop by 1955).

    Very nice. You westerners have it so good. BP

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    That car is beautiful, just the way it sits.

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    How do you spell survivour ??

    I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A DREAMER

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    Very super nice ya just gotta love the style of Studebakers.

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    Contact Hemmings Classic Car magazine NOW and offer your beauty for their "Driveable Dreams" monthly feature!!!
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    That is a sharp car. I would be proud to drive it anywhere.

    "In the heart of Arkansas."
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    1952 Commander 2 door. Wow! Now I've got a V-8!

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    Love the plastic seat covers on the front seats. I remember how sticky those were in Tracy when my Dad was driving around the valley. Thanks for the memories!

    Mark

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