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  • #16
    I will have the 64 barn find car there minus the mice that were left in the car ,along with the numerous nest lol cant wait


    • #17
      there other cost involved with getting the car and parts that belong with it and it was inside stored till just before the picture was taken P.S. its 1 owner car off the road since 1975


      • #18
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        Bez Auto Alchemy

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        • #19
          Originally posted by bezhawk View Post
          [ATTACH=CONFIG]59411[/ATTACH]AC is installed and working.

          Man, it sure looks impressive!!


          • #20
            Brad I talked to John tonight and he can't wait to see his car finished and be debuted at this years Show . Car looks great and excited to see it . Ed


            • #21
              Jimmy , having the first Studebaker in the Barn Finds will hopefully inspire future participation in that display . Going to be nice to see Studebakers in various areas of the Show this year. Ed


              • #22
                Man I just seen the new pics of my car on brads site. Super stoked! I haven't seen it in person in a few years. I won't see, hear, or drive it till I go to Chicago! It's been 4 years in the making and can't believe it's down to only a few weeks now. And to have it shown for the first time at MCACN is gonna be sweet. See you all there.

                Once again Very nice work brad!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by nels View Post
                  Man, it sure looks impressive!!
                  It should really turn some heads at the show and get a LOT of attention! Custom restorations just take time and money!
                  Lew Schucart
                  Editor, Avanti Magazine