View Full Version : GH project car model- video!!

12-18-2009, 05:19 AM
SERIOUS overkill to do a 5-minute video for a toy car sale, but it does give a really good detailed look at this particular model, with excellent detail:


Robert (Bob) Andrews- on the IoMT (Island of Misfit Toys)
Parish, central NY 13131

12-18-2009, 06:24 AM
I bought one of those when they first came out...
It's the only Stude toy I have that has NEVER been wiped off or dusted[:p]
But I'd rather watch a YouTube video of Ol' Dave's junkyard Stude with a soundtrack of crickets and bee's;)

quote:Originally posted by bams50

SERIOUS overkill to do a 5-minute video for a toy car sale, but it does give a really good detailed look at this particular model, with excellent detail:


Note: Rule 20 rules.

12-18-2009, 07:03 AM
The 2x4 was to hold the hood up, he never did do that.

If it wasn't for the last minute i'd never get anything done.

12-18-2009, 07:06 AM
Obviously had an axle swap, looks like it has a flanged rear end instead of tapered axles[8D]

Mark Anderson
Member SDC and FMCA
Keeper of the Studebaker Cruiser Registry


12-18-2009, 07:16 AM
I built a diorama around this model. I gave it a title..."The Best Meditation is...Restoration"...it depicts a shop, the poor schlep working on the car has fallen asleep on a creeper under the car. His dog has chewed up his drill cord and is plundering his tool box for more. [:p]

So far, I have won 1st place each time I have exhibited it. The model itself was a Christmas gift from my Daughter a few years ago.


John Clary
Greer, SC
Life... is what happens as you are making plans.
SDC member since 1975

12-18-2009, 08:19 AM
The chewed in half drill cord is very unique. Good that it wasn't plugged in or is that a different dog. jimmijim

Stude Junkie+++++++Do it right the f$$$$ Time. Never mind. Just do it right. When youre done your done. You'll know it.

12-18-2009, 08:42 AM
The inspiration for the chewed drill cord came from a real experience when one of my dogs chewed up the cord on a new skill saw once when I was momentarily distracted. At that time the dog was young and in the "chewing stage." I should have known better than to leave the temptation where she could get to it. Here is a wider shot of the diorama. Due to the window of the circular diorama, wide shots are difficult because of reflections.