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    I am in real estate in Michiana and am listing a home in Osceola with an ideal 30' x 50' pole building for car lovers. It has several bays, a lift, air compressor, electric heat and water and plenty of room for storage. Please contact me if you are interested. I have attached pictures. Richard Fair, Cressy & Everett
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    Nice building. That ilft looks a bit a carry. It kind of looks like if you pulled too hard on a bolt from the front or rear you would have that 66-69 Rambler American falling on your head. Center outriggers on the crossbar?

    Also, why are they called "pole barns (buildings)?" It looks like 2x and4X framing inside and T-111 on the outside. I don't see anything that resembles a (round) pole.
    '64 Lark Type, powered by '85 Corvette L-98 (carburetor), 700R4, - CASO to the Max.

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    • #3
      Oh I could use a garage like that !! What year is that Studebaker on the hoist ???
      Love my Lark

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jett289 View Post
        Oh I could use a garage like that !! What year is that Studebaker on the hoist ???
        Aarrgghh!
        Mike Davis
        Regional Manager, North Carolina
        1964 Champ 8E7-122 "Stuey"

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        • #5
          I'm interested...but packaging & shipping
          John Clary
          Greer, SC

          SDC member since 1975

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          • #6
            I wonder if Rambler guys get told "Nice Studebaker" as much as I get told "Nice Rambler" when driving my lark . ?? hehe
            Love my Lark

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jett289 View Post
              I wonder if Rambler guys get told "Nice Studebaker" as much as I get told "Nice Rambler" when driving my lark . ?? hehe
              I get “Nice rambler” or “is that a rambler” at least once every time I take the Lark out. I kindly correct them but the kicker came last week....

              “Oh that’s not a rambler?!... well I was half right cause it has a 289.”

              Sorry but no
              1961 Lark Regal VIII 259/auto -- Lucy

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              • #8
                Heck, I had a guy tell me, "I never knew that Rambler made trucks," referring to my Champ!
                Joe Roberts
                '61 R1 Champ
                '65 Cruiser
                Eastern North Carolina Chapter

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by wittsend View Post
                  Nice building. That ilft looks a bit a carry. It kind of looks like if you pulled too hard on a bolt from the front or rear you would have that 66-69 Rambler American falling on your head. Center outriggers on the crossbar?

                  Also, why are they called "pole barns (buildings)?" It looks like 2x and4X framing inside and T-111 on the outside. I don't see anything that resembles a (round) pole.
                  Nothing scary about that lift. It is an in ground twin post. I worked on one of those at a Buick dealership back in the 70's. There were three basic styles of in ground lifts. They have fallen out of favor because when one springs a leak in the underground hydraulics, it contaminates the ground. Most made today have a giant "casette" enclosure to prevent contamination in the event of a leak. If you had ever worked on in ground lifts, you would hate working on the above ground ones of today.

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                  • #10
                    "What year is that Studebaker on the hoist ???"

                    Dude, THAT is NOT a STUDEBAKER... no, no, NO!

                    THIS is.
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                    • #11
                      One of the many questions that always amuse me that I overhear when I have my Avanti at car shows;
                      "What year did Studebaker & Rambler merge?"
                      "Every man I meet on the street is superior to me in some respect, and from that I can learn."
                      R.W. Emerson

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dleroux View Post
                        One of the many questions that always amuse me that I overhear when I have my Avanti at car shows;
                        "What year did Studebaker & Rambler merge?"
                        To answer that you would have to know when they exited the on-ramp.
                        "In the heart of Arkansas."
                        Searcy, Arkansas
                        1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.
                        1952 2R pickup

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