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  • n29we
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    I'm used to it. I've got Nash Studebaker 58 Packards. The parts hunt is frustrating but it can also be fun.
    Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
    You will not have as easy a time finding Parts for that, as your Stude's.

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  • StudeRich
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    You will not have as easy a time finding Parts for that, as your Stude's.

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  • n29we
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    I was there watching that one go through, I bid a couple of time but backed off when it got above my limit. I did however but a 59 Plymouth Belvedere, not a Stude but it has great fins!!

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  • studegary
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    B-J Auction in CT

    I haven't noticed any mention of the B-J auction in Connecticut this weekend. The first day is over with. This is when they usually have less expensive cars. This afternoon, I saw a 1956 Power Hawk sold. It was slightly modified, but basically a nice car. It sold for $24,500 to a relatively young bidder.
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