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  • DEEPNHOCK
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  • DEEPNHOCK
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    735 Broad Ave, Wilmington, California. Top photo dated March 23, 1940 by the LAPL. But the cop car is a Ford.

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  • 64V-K7
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    Thank you...

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  • candbstudebakers
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    While going through some Studebaker lit I came across one with 17 different dealers here in the San Francisco /Bay area some of them should already be in other posts but I don't plan on going back and checking every one out so will just add all of them now.
    Century Motors- Walnut Creek, Ca.
    Al Young's Vallejo, Ca.
    Rossi Garage inc. San Rafael, Ca.
    Ben A. Begier co. San Leandro, Ca.
    West bay motors San Carlos, Ca.
    Standard motor sales inc. Richmond, Ca.
    Oakley Motors Oakley, Ca.
    Milton motors Oakland, Ca.
    Jobrack motors Livermore, Ca.
    Band B motors Hayward, Ca.
    Pierotti motors Fremont, Ca.
    Wm. J Sweeney and sons Daly City, Ca.
    West Bay motors inc. Burlingame, Ca.
    Lou Fox inc. Berkeley, Ca.
    Howard Motor sales Albany, Ca.
    Webster motors Alameda, Ca.
    Phil Frates Inc. San Francisco, Ca.

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  • Stunt
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    I remember E.L.Strope in El Monte, Ca. (15 mi east of L.A.) and Oscar G. Yeager in Covina, Ca. (about 25 mi east of L.A.)
    E.L. Strop is where my '61 Hawk came from. Original owner traded in a '57 Hawk there - doesn't say Golden/Silver - for $1050.15 against $3229.96 for the new '61, no downpayment, $79.90/month for 3 years. Which looks like a SCREAMIN' deal...until an inflation calculator tells you that would be a $632.62/month payment in 2015!

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  • old digger
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    Dealers

    Just to add to Jeff's comment, I bought a 54 Starlight coupe from Randolf Light for parts for my then 53 Starliner in the early 60's. I think I paid $$25.00 for it and even got a clear Minnesota title for it. My how times have changed.
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  • autoradiotech
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    I remember E.L.Strope in El Monte, Ca. (15 mi east of L.A.) and Oscar G. Yeager in Covina, Ca. (about 25 mi east of L.A.)

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  • mbstude
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    BTW.. Not sure if it's listed, but the Stude dealer here in Tallahassee still stands.

    Dean Motors. Just a couple of miles from my house.



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  • mbstude
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    This is on the back of a rusty '62 Champ.

    Can't make out much in the pic, but it says: Harris Motors. Albany, Georgia. Hawk - Lark - Champ

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    1926 Dealer List

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  • candbstudebakers
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    Originally posted by rknight89 View Post
    Went to the local library & used the old city directory. Have one 'new' dealer to add & one correction/update. Peoria, Illinois also had Tidy's Motor Sales located at 900 S. Adams St.(1938 city directory) It's now an auto glass shop but still a cool old building. The correction/update I have is also in Peoria. It's Harry Tyrrell (not Henry Tyrell)Motor Co. & he had a 2nd later location at 4416 N. Prospect Ave.(1956 city dir.)That building is now a Kawasaki motorcycle dealer.
    Harry Tyrrell Motors Co. was at 135 so. Monroe, Peoria, Ill in 5/29/52 I have a dealer service policy from them to Luther Hayes who lived at 127 Keller Bartonville, Ill

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    ...... California ......

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    .............Minnesota......................


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  • aarrggh
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    ............Minnesota...............................


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  • 64V-K7
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    [QUOTE=Studebaker Wheel;866451]Brookhaven, Mississippi - June 1954

    Wow, That must have been the only ad he ever ran in a newspaper. I looked for over an hour and couldn't find anything else on him. Thanks

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