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  • jclary
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    Originally posted by Jerry Forrester View Post
    I'm just a poor ole dumb southern boy, raised and educated in the government schools in the great state of Aladambama. Could someone please explain to me what Jake just said? I don't understand 90% of what he says. <G>
    Yeah...from a Carolina Hillbilly...He said he "Liked" the story.

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  • raprice
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    Nice story about a beautiful Stude. There's something incredible about a yellow Stude.
    I remember that Studebaker very often used yellow cars in some of their ads. The car really stands out.
    I wish you the best of luck with your beautiful Stude.
    Rog

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  • Jerry Forrester
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    Originally posted by Stude Shoo-wop! View Post
    Well then, that was certainly a heartwarming story. From generation to generation, the torch of memory shall be passed until there is nary a whit of it left but a sickly, dying ember upon a splinter of hickory. It is special, then, that Studebaker shall be included in this particular torch.

    As a non-sequitur, I would think that Champions would have been extremely popular in Canada for it's low operating costs and sheer ruggedness. Can someone further shed some light on this?
    I'm just a poor ole dumb southern boy, raised and educated in the government schools in the great state of Aladambama. Could someone please explain to me what Jake just said? I don't understand 90% of what he says. <G>

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  • Kato
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    Originally posted by Stude Shoo-wop! View Post
    Well then, that was certainly a heartwarming story. From generation to generation, the torch of memory shall be passed until there is nary a whit of it left but a sickly, dying ember upon a splinter of hickory. It is special, then, that Studebaker shall be included in this particular torch.

    As a non-sequitur, I would think that Champions would have been extremely popular in Canada for it's low operating costs and sheer ruggedness. Can someone further shed some light on this?
    How poetic!

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  • Stude Shoo-wop!
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    Well then, that was certainly a heartwarming story. From generation to generation, the torch of memory shall be passed until there is nary a whit of it left but a sickly, dying ember upon a splinter of hickory. It is special, then, that Studebaker shall be included in this particular torch.

    As a non-sequitur, I would think that Champions would have been extremely popular in Canada for it's low operating costs and sheer ruggedness. Can someone further shed some light on this?

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  • Kato
    started a topic 1950 Champion Featured In Major Newspaper Article

    1950 Champion Featured In Major Newspaper Article

    Not very often you see a Studebaker featured in a major newspaper. The Toronto Star is a national newspaper here in Canada, much like the New York Times etc...


    https://www.thestar.com/autos/2018/0...-champion.html
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