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  • Studebaker Wheel Barrow ??????

    Just saw it on Ebay! That's All Folks!


    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Studebaker-B...0AAOSwWxNYzvbD

  • #2
    I was not aware Studebaker built any all metal wheels before the '20s.
    Ed Sallia
    Dundee, OR

    Sol Lucet Omnibus

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    • #3
      I have two early twentieth century (steel wheel) wheel barrows. I'm 72, and one of them has been in my life since 1950. All the Studebaker wheelbarrow pics I have seen were of wooden axle, wooden spoke, with a steel band (tire/tyer) like the wheelwright work for wagons of the nineteenth century.

      Below, is a heavy all steel wheelbarrow. Instead of hauling construction concrete , it is now a resting place for a cute little load of mutton (on the hoof) taking a break from grazing.
      belle in wheelbarrow.jpg
      John Clary
      Greer, SC

      SDC member since 1975

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      • #4
        I have a wheel like that among my yard art right now. I didn't know it was a Studebaker!
        Don Wilson, Centralia, WA

        40 Champion 4 door*
        50 Champion 2 door*
        53 Commander K Auto*
        53 Commander K overdrive*
        55 President Speedster
        62 GT 4Speed*
        63 Avanti R1*
        64 Champ 1/2 ton

        * Formerly owned

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        • #5
          How many Studebaker wheel barrows do you suppose sell in the thousands of $ ?
          sigpic

          "In the heart of Arkansas."
          Searcy, Arkansas
          1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.
          1952 2R pickup

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          • #6
            One.......
            (swag)
            <lol>


            How many Studebaker wheel barrows do you suppose sell in the thousands of $ ?
            HTIH (Hope The Info Helps)

            Jeff


            Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain



            Note: SDC# 070190 (and earlier...)

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            • #7
              Definitely NOT Studebaker. The entire wheel (except the 'tire' which was metal) was made of wood. stupak

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