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Studebakerboy
01-20-2007, 08:29 PM
Anyone know where I can find photographs of any 4 door T-cab mods out there? The only one I have ever seen as at the national meet in Austin about 10 years ago.

Thanks,

Kevin Edwards

lstude
01-20-2007, 08:53 PM
There was one on this thread:

http://www.studebakerdriversclub.com/sdc_forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=7720

Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/
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lstude
01-20-2007, 08:53 PM
There was one on this thread:

http://www.studebakerdriversclub.com/sdc_forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=7720

Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/
http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l288/lstude/Mein64Daytonasm.jpghttp://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l288/lstude/52inyardsm-1.jpg

mbstude
01-20-2007, 08:57 PM
Leonard, that's a C-cab. The T-cab was the Champ truck. ;) I figured that Gary would have you educated on all the truck codes by now! [:o)]:D

___________________________________________

Matthew Burnette
Hazlehurst, Georgia
'59 Scotsman PU
'63 Daytona HT

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j209/mbstude/Scotsman%20pickup/cool_man_3.jpg
http://mbstudebaker.blogspot.com/

mbstude
01-20-2007, 08:57 PM
Leonard, that's a C-cab. The T-cab was the Champ truck. ;) I figured that Gary would have you educated on all the truck codes by now! [:o)]:D

___________________________________________

Matthew Burnette
Hazlehurst, Georgia
'59 Scotsman PU
'63 Daytona HT

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j209/mbstude/Scotsman%20pickup/cool_man_3.jpg
http://mbstudebaker.blogspot.com/

lstude
01-20-2007, 09:09 PM
Oh, That's why I haven't joined the Studebaker Truck Farmers. I can't get all the truck codes right. Let's see there is the M series, 2R, 2R15, 2R16 series, Transtar, C cab, T cab, COE. What else.

I have always tried to remember that the Champ is a T-cab and the Transtar is a C-cab. It seems like it should be the opposite![xx(]

It's like trying to name all the new Cadillac models! :D



Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/
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lstude
01-20-2007, 09:09 PM
Oh, That's why I haven't joined the Studebaker Truck Farmers. I can't get all the truck codes right. Let's see there is the M series, 2R, 2R15, 2R16 series, Transtar, C cab, T cab, COE. What else.

I have always tried to remember that the Champ is a T-cab and the Transtar is a C-cab. It seems like it should be the opposite![xx(]

It's like trying to name all the new Cadillac models! :D



Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/
http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l288/lstude/Mein64Daytonasm.jpghttp://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l288/lstude/52inyardsm-1.jpg

mbstude
01-20-2007, 09:15 PM
quote:What else.


LOTS more....
I just don't feel like typing them all up. :D

___________________________________________

Matthew Burnette
Hazlehurst, Georgia
'59 Scotsman PU
'63 Daytona HT

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j209/mbstude/Scotsman%20pickup/cool_man_3.jpg
http://mbstudebaker.blogspot.com/

mbstude
01-20-2007, 09:15 PM
quote:What else.


LOTS more....
I just don't feel like typing them all up. :D

___________________________________________

Matthew Burnette
Hazlehurst, Georgia
'59 Scotsman PU
'63 Daytona HT

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j209/mbstude/Scotsman%20pickup/cool_man_3.jpg
http://mbstudebaker.blogspot.com/

Randy_G
01-20-2007, 09:20 PM
So we just sit here till Gary comes out of hiding or you decide to enlighten us...[:p] You have to educate the rest of us dummies you know. We had a vote and you got picked Matthew, Congadulations!
I want model number's and the years they were produced:D LOL

Randy_G
www.AutomotiveHistoryOnline.com
http://www.automotivehistoryonline.com/small59.jpg

Randy_G
01-20-2007, 09:20 PM
So we just sit here till Gary comes out of hiding or you decide to enlighten us...[:p] You have to educate the rest of us dummies you know. We had a vote and you got picked Matthew, Congadulations!
I want model number's and the years they were produced:D LOL

Randy_G
www.AutomotiveHistoryOnline.com
http://www.automotivehistoryonline.com/small59.jpg

arkiejazz
01-21-2007, 12:28 AM
Ok, but back to Kevin's question...has anyone seen or have pictures of a 4 door Champ? It would obviously be a custom job and I have never seen one. I've always wondered if it would be possible to "create" a 4 door Champ pickup using a Lark station wagon as the basic "donor"[:o)]

steve blake
http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh

arkiejazz
01-21-2007, 12:28 AM
Ok, but back to Kevin's question...has anyone seen or have pictures of a 4 door Champ? It would obviously be a custom job and I have never seen one. I've always wondered if it would be possible to "create" a 4 door Champ pickup using a Lark station wagon as the basic "donor"[:o)]

steve blake
http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh

avantilover
01-21-2007, 01:04 AM
quote:Originally posted by arkiejazz

Ok, but back to Kevin's question...has anyone seen or have pictures of a 4 door Champ? It would obviously be a custom job and I have never seen one. I've always wondered if it would be possible to "create" a 4 door Champ pickup using a Lark station wagon as the basic "donor"[:o)]

steve blake
http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh
Judging from the 1952 1/2 ton Pickup 6 Door on page 44 of Jan TW I'd say you could make it from a Champ body, cut the rear off the cab and weld the extra length in[?]

John Clements
Avantilover, your South Australian Studebaker lover!!!
Lockleys South Australia

avantilover
01-21-2007, 01:04 AM
quote:Originally posted by arkiejazz

Ok, but back to Kevin's question...has anyone seen or have pictures of a 4 door Champ? It would obviously be a custom job and I have never seen one. I've always wondered if it would be possible to "create" a 4 door Champ pickup using a Lark station wagon as the basic "donor"[:o)]

steve blake
http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh
Judging from the 1952 1/2 ton Pickup 6 Door on page 44 of Jan TW I'd say you could make it from a Champ body, cut the rear off the cab and weld the extra length in[?]

John Clements
Avantilover, your South Australian Studebaker lover!!!
Lockleys South Australia

studeclunker
01-21-2007, 01:11 AM
That's a great idea Steve. The only problem is the length of the chassis and the doors. I've done the measurements on my long bed Champ and my Lark wagons. The problem is that the body of a four-door would come all the way back to the back axle. Unless one was brave enough to do some surgery on the frame. Then one could do some modification to the back door to square it off, and paste the back of the Champ on there. Then move the rear axle back a few feet and install a short bed. The finished truck would, possibly, be a foot or two longer than a current Champ long bed.

One thing I've thought of doing was to use the body of a Wagonaire as a start. The '63 front clip could be used. You'd have double headlamps:D but the Champ grille would fit.

this is the closest to what Kevin has asked about that I've seen (in pictures):
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b18/Studeclunker/studebaby/61ChampClubcab.jpg

Though it's highly modified, it's done in a 'factory way'. Well, maybe except for the grille.;) Very nice truck, would'nt you agree?[8D]


http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b18/Studeclunker/studebaby/54wagonblue-2.jpg
Lotsa Larks!
K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Studebaker!
Ron Smith
Where the heck is Lewiston, CA?

studeclunker
01-21-2007, 01:11 AM
That's a great idea Steve. The only problem is the length of the chassis and the doors. I've done the measurements on my long bed Champ and my Lark wagons. The problem is that the body of a four-door would come all the way back to the back axle. Unless one was brave enough to do some surgery on the frame. Then one could do some modification to the back door to square it off, and paste the back of the Champ on there. Then move the rear axle back a few feet and install a short bed. The finished truck would, possibly, be a foot or two longer than a current Champ long bed.

One thing I've thought of doing was to use the body of a Wagonaire as a start. The '63 front clip could be used. You'd have double headlamps:D but the Champ grille would fit.

this is the closest to what Kevin has asked about that I've seen (in pictures):
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b18/Studeclunker/studebaby/61ChampClubcab.jpg

Though it's highly modified, it's done in a 'factory way'. Well, maybe except for the grille.;) Very nice truck, would'nt you agree?[8D]


http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b18/Studeclunker/studebaby/54wagonblue-2.jpg
Lotsa Larks!
K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Studebaker!
Ron Smith
Where the heck is Lewiston, CA?

Studebakerboy
01-21-2007, 04:43 AM
I'm planning to junk the camper body from my 1984 Champion Transtar RV. It sits on a ton or a ton and a half Chevy chassis and has only 84,000 miles. Runs great! I used it once to pull my Champ and the 18 foot boat out of the water on a steep boat ramp. I know it would make a good tow vehicle. It would give me plenty of length for an eight foot box and 4 doors. I was planning the long and low look with extended fenders for the dual rear wheels.

There is one 4dr T-cab conversion on I believe a Dodge 4x4 chassis. One picture of it is in Turning wheels from the Austin International Meet.

I'd like to learn how to morph photos together in an attempt to see what it would look like.


Kevin Edwards

Studebakerboy
01-21-2007, 04:43 AM
I'm planning to junk the camper body from my 1984 Champion Transtar RV. It sits on a ton or a ton and a half Chevy chassis and has only 84,000 miles. Runs great! I used it once to pull my Champ and the 18 foot boat out of the water on a steep boat ramp. I know it would make a good tow vehicle. It would give me plenty of length for an eight foot box and 4 doors. I was planning the long and low look with extended fenders for the dual rear wheels.

There is one 4dr T-cab conversion on I believe a Dodge 4x4 chassis. One picture of it is in Turning wheels from the Austin International Meet.

I'd like to learn how to morph photos together in an attempt to see what it would look like.


Kevin Edwards

8E45E
01-21-2007, 06:17 AM
[quote]Originally posted by Studebakerboy

Anyone know where I can find photographs of any 4 door T-cab mods out there? The only one I have ever seen as at the national meet in Austin about 10 years ago.

This one??

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/143/364444260_bf3eda426c.jpg?v=0


Craig

8E45E
01-21-2007, 06:17 AM
[quote]Originally posted by Studebakerboy

Anyone know where I can find photographs of any 4 door T-cab mods out there? The only one I have ever seen as at the national meet in Austin about 10 years ago.

This one??

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/143/364444260_bf3eda426c.jpg?v=0


Craig

Studebakerboy
01-21-2007, 06:35 AM
Yes Sir!

That's the one. Never saw it in person. Now I can study it to see if they built if from a sedan or a wagon.

That's great! :D

Kevin Edwards

Studebakerboy
01-21-2007, 06:35 AM
Yes Sir!

That's the one. Never saw it in person. Now I can study it to see if they built if from a sedan or a wagon.

That's great! :D

Kevin Edwards

8E45E
01-21-2007, 07:21 AM
[quote]Originally posted by Studebakerboy

Yes Sir!

That's the one. Never saw it in person. Now I can study it to see if they built if from a sedan or a wagon.

That's great! :D

He fabbed it from a '60 station wagon, using the roof and rear doors while retaining the T-cab back panel. Naturally, he had to rework the window frames of those rear doors.

Craig.

8E45E
01-21-2007, 07:21 AM
[quote]Originally posted by Studebakerboy

Yes Sir!

That's the one. Never saw it in person. Now I can study it to see if they built if from a sedan or a wagon.

That's great! :D

He fabbed it from a '60 station wagon, using the roof and rear doors while retaining the T-cab back panel. Naturally, he had to rework the window frames of those rear doors.

Craig.

Nitram
01-21-2007, 07:57 AM
Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?


http://farm1.static.flickr.com/158/360197307_8639ee4a46_m.jpg[/img=left]
[i]~Nitram~
57 Transtar
Lancaster, PA

Nitram
01-21-2007, 07:57 AM
Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?


http://farm1.static.flickr.com/158/360197307_8639ee4a46_m.jpg[/img=left]
[i]~Nitram~
57 Transtar
Lancaster, PA

mbstude
01-21-2007, 10:10 AM
quote: Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?

That's the air conditioning. You fill it with cold water or ice, and air flows through it and blows the cold air into the cab. :)

___________________________________________

Matthew Burnette
Hazlehurst, Georgia
'59 Scotsman PU
'63 Daytona HT

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j209/mbstude/Scotsman%20pickup/cool_man_3.jpg
http://mbstudebaker.blogspot.com/

mbstude
01-21-2007, 10:10 AM
quote: Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?

That's the air conditioning. You fill it with cold water or ice, and air flows through it and blows the cold air into the cab. :)

___________________________________________

Matthew Burnette
Hazlehurst, Georgia
'59 Scotsman PU
'63 Daytona HT

http://i81.photobucket.com/albums/j209/mbstude/Scotsman%20pickup/cool_man_3.jpg
http://mbstudebaker.blogspot.com/

8E45E
01-21-2007, 10:44 AM
[quote]Originally posted by Studebakerboy

Yes Sir!

Now I can study it to see if they built if from a sedan or a wagon.

Here's a second photo of the back end of it.

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/46/364661255_cdfd93b939.jpg?v=0

Craig.

8E45E
01-21-2007, 10:44 AM
[quote]Originally posted by Studebakerboy

Yes Sir!

Now I can study it to see if they built if from a sedan or a wagon.

Here's a second photo of the back end of it.

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/46/364661255_cdfd93b939.jpg?v=0

Craig.

studegary
01-21-2007, 11:49 AM
quote:Originally posted by lstude

Oh, That's why I haven't joined the Studebaker Truck Farmers. I can't get all the truck codes right. Let's see there is the M series, 2R, 2R15, 2R16 series, Transtar, C cab, T cab, COE. What else.

I have always tried to remember that the Champ is a T-cab and the Transtar is a C-cab. It seems like it should be the opposite![xx(]



From talking with people that were at Studebaker at the time, I have reached a consensus that agrees with my opinion that the T cab naming was a sort of joke. Counting the R and 2R as A, then the updated cab as B and the Transtar as C, logically the Champ should have been D, but some at Studebaker thought that since the Transtar was C, the Champ should be T.

Gary L.
Wappinger, NY

1959 DeLuxe pickup (restomod)

studegary
01-21-2007, 11:49 AM
quote:Originally posted by lstude

Oh, That's why I haven't joined the Studebaker Truck Farmers. I can't get all the truck codes right. Let's see there is the M series, 2R, 2R15, 2R16 series, Transtar, C cab, T cab, COE. What else.

I have always tried to remember that the Champ is a T-cab and the Transtar is a C-cab. It seems like it should be the opposite![xx(]



From talking with people that were at Studebaker at the time, I have reached a consensus that agrees with my opinion that the T cab naming was a sort of joke. Counting the R and 2R as A, then the updated cab as B and the Transtar as C, logically the Champ should have been D, but some at Studebaker thought that since the Transtar was C, the Champ should be T.

Gary L.
Wappinger, NY

1959 DeLuxe pickup (restomod)

StudeDave57
01-21-2007, 12:06 PM
How is it that I knew exactly who would have a picture to post of the truck in question [?]
Good job Craig- keep them comin'!!!! ;) :D

StudeDave [8D]
V/P San Diego County SDC
San Diego, Ca

'54 Commander 4dr 'Ruby'
'57 Parkview (it's a 2dr wagon...) 'Betsy'
'57 Commander 2dr 'Baby'
'57 Champion 2dr 'Jewel'
'58 Packard sedan 'Cleo'
'65 Cruiser 'Sweet Pea'

StudeDave57
01-21-2007, 12:06 PM
How is it that I knew exactly who would have a picture to post of the truck in question [?]
Good job Craig- keep them comin'!!!! ;) :D

StudeDave [8D]
V/P San Diego County SDC
San Diego, Ca

'54 Commander 4dr 'Ruby'
'57 Parkview (it's a 2dr wagon...) 'Betsy'
'57 Commander 2dr 'Baby'
'57 Champion 2dr 'Jewel'
'58 Packard sedan 'Cleo'
'65 Cruiser 'Sweet Pea'

studegary
01-21-2007, 12:09 PM
quote:Originally posted by mbstude


quote: Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?

That's the air conditioning. You fill it with cold water or ice, and air flows through it and blows the cold air into the cab. :)

___________________________________________




Technically, not correct, Matthew <G>. It is not an air CONDITIONER,but rather a chiller or air cooler. All other similar units that I have seen have a larger diameter case.

Gary L.
Wappinger, NY

1959 DeLuxe pickup (restomod)

studegary
01-21-2007, 12:09 PM
quote:Originally posted by mbstude


quote: Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?

That's the air conditioning. You fill it with cold water or ice, and air flows through it and blows the cold air into the cab. :)

___________________________________________




Technically, not correct, Matthew <G>. It is not an air CONDITIONER,but rather a chiller or air cooler. All other similar units that I have seen have a larger diameter case.

Gary L.
Wappinger, NY

1959 DeLuxe pickup (restomod)

8E45E
01-21-2007, 12:58 PM
Good job Craig- keep them comin'!!!!

Thanks, Dave!

I must admit to keeping Kodak and Fuji in business when I was using film. But the only way to get all these pictures is to attend as many car related events as one can; Studebaker and all-make. Even on business trips I take my camera when I go. You never know what will appear in a city/town where you may be staying. A little over a year ago in Vernon, B.C. Unbeknownst to me, the RROC had a Can-Am tour, and the hotel I was put up in was their meeting place. A couple of Studebakers did show up to look, including a nice '56 Golden Hawk owned by Bob Aiken.

Craig.

8E45E
01-21-2007, 12:58 PM
Good job Craig- keep them comin'!!!!

Thanks, Dave!

I must admit to keeping Kodak and Fuji in business when I was using film. But the only way to get all these pictures is to attend as many car related events as one can; Studebaker and all-make. Even on business trips I take my camera when I go. You never know what will appear in a city/town where you may be staying. A little over a year ago in Vernon, B.C. Unbeknownst to me, the RROC had a Can-Am tour, and the hotel I was put up in was their meeting place. A couple of Studebakers did show up to look, including a nice '56 Golden Hawk owned by Bob Aiken.

Craig.

studeclunker
01-21-2007, 03:28 PM
As I said, one takes off the back cap of the Champ body (including lock post). Then takes the lower back quarter of the front doors from the wagon, the wagon's roof, rain gutters, and centre post. After that it's just cut and paste.

The nice thing about using the newer wagon, is that one doesn't have to do so much slice and dice on more than one wagon. In fact, one could just cut the Wagonaire just behind where the sliding roof comes forward and use the window posts just behind the door posts. Then all one has to do is to square off the back doors and bottom door post and voila!

Then again, one might be able to use parts from Classic Enterprises, doors from (NOS) stock at Studebaker International or SASCO, etc... All without slicing and dicing a wagon at all!:D This venue has the advantage of using NEW parts sans the rust and wear.

So, there's any number of ways one could accomplish this project. It's possible to use an original Champ body, or start fresh with a wagon. Also remember, the champ body was sliced from the front of a four-door car body. One could use the body of a '60 two-door wagon or four-door wagon and come up with the same result. Personally, I like the two-door. Rather than cut and paste a Champ body, just use the Wagon body and change the back doors. Come to think of it, it might be wise to put a longer door on the rear... but there I go again. I think I've run at the mouth enough...[:I] As one can see, I'm rather enthuastic about this. I'd like to do it myself.:D

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b18/Studeclunker/studebaby/54wagonblue-2.jpg
Lotsa Larks!
K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Studebaker!
Ron Smith
Where the heck is Lewiston, CA?

studeclunker
01-21-2007, 03:28 PM
As I said, one takes off the back cap of the Champ body (including lock post). Then takes the lower back quarter of the front doors from the wagon, the wagon's roof, rain gutters, and centre post. After that it's just cut and paste.

The nice thing about using the newer wagon, is that one doesn't have to do so much slice and dice on more than one wagon. In fact, one could just cut the Wagonaire just behind where the sliding roof comes forward and use the window posts just behind the door posts. Then all one has to do is to square off the back doors and bottom door post and voila!

Then again, one might be able to use parts from Classic Enterprises, doors from (NOS) stock at Studebaker International or SASCO, etc... All without slicing and dicing a wagon at all!:D This venue has the advantage of using NEW parts sans the rust and wear.

So, there's any number of ways one could accomplish this project. It's possible to use an original Champ body, or start fresh with a wagon. Also remember, the champ body was sliced from the front of a four-door car body. One could use the body of a '60 two-door wagon or four-door wagon and come up with the same result. Personally, I like the two-door. Rather than cut and paste a Champ body, just use the Wagon body and change the back doors. Come to think of it, it might be wise to put a longer door on the rear... but there I go again. I think I've run at the mouth enough...[:I] As one can see, I'm rather enthuastic about this. I'd like to do it myself.:D

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b18/Studeclunker/studebaby/54wagonblue-2.jpg
Lotsa Larks!
K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Studebaker!
Ron Smith
Where the heck is Lewiston, CA?

arkiejazz
01-21-2007, 03:44 PM
Looks like New Mexico plates on that crew cab Champ. Anybody know the owner or the present whereabouts of the truck?[:o)]

steve blake
http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh

arkiejazz
01-21-2007, 03:44 PM
Looks like New Mexico plates on that crew cab Champ. Anybody know the owner or the present whereabouts of the truck?[:o)]

steve blake
http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh

rockne10
01-21-2007, 06:12 PM
quote:quote:
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Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?
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That's the air conditioning. You fill it with cold water or ice, and air flows through it and blows the cold air into the cab.

Those "Tropic-Air" conditioners are sometimes advertised in TURNING WHEELS. The temperature of the water inside plays a minor role; water can suck the calories out of an igloo. The limiting factor in their effectiveness is the relative humidity. They function well in hot dry weather but are absolutely ineffective in humid heat.

rockne10
01-21-2007, 06:12 PM
quote:quote:
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Sure is some excellent fabrication but can anyone tell me what that cylinder is mounted above the passengers door window?
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That's the air conditioning. You fill it with cold water or ice, and air flows through it and blows the cold air into the cab.

Those "Tropic-Air" conditioners are sometimes advertised in TURNING WHEELS. The temperature of the water inside plays a minor role; water can suck the calories out of an igloo. The limiting factor in their effectiveness is the relative humidity. They function well in hot dry weather but are absolutely ineffective in humid heat.

KevinSheen
01-21-2007, 07:00 PM
While the crew cab Champ is very cool, I really prefer the Kansas extended-cab Champ. The crew cab looks rather Hummerish to me, but that extended cab looks like what the boys at South Bend would have done post '64. Just thinking (working without the proper tools[:p]) Kevin missing his Stoogebaker

1963 Champ

KevinSheen
01-21-2007, 07:00 PM
While the crew cab Champ is very cool, I really prefer the Kansas extended-cab Champ. The crew cab looks rather Hummerish to me, but that extended cab looks like what the boys at South Bend would have done post '64. Just thinking (working without the proper tools[:p]) Kevin missing his Stoogebaker

1963 Champ