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  • StudeRich
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    The Lavender Convertible is a not a '57 Chevy. it was and is a '58 Packard Starlight Hardtop, hence the '58 Packard (Stude.) 289 and '55 to '57 Clipper & '58 Packard Tail Lights, '58 Packard Hood and Body!

    125 50 Cal. Chromed Bullets make up the Custom Grille!

    Just VERY tastefully done, too bad about destroying a great condition, VERY Low 32,000 Miles, rare Packard Starlight Hardtop though.
    Last edited by StudeRich; 02-09-2017, 01:36 PM.

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  • jpepper
    started a topic Studebaker powered Chevy

    Studebaker powered Chevy

    Was just reading the Hot Rod magazine online newsletter. Was viewing pictures of 100 award winners at the Grand National Roadster show. Pictured is a heavily modified custom 57 Chevy with a vary nice looking older Studebaker V8 in it. It looks like a period correct 57 style 259/289.
    http://www.hotrod.com/articles/painl...F9C23D15DF963E

    I wonder if any people looking at it realizes what engine it is.
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