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  • #16
    quote:Originally posted by Studedude1961

    Randy is right...the Packard book is another very good source of information for Studebaker-Packard from its formation until the end of Packard. I have not seen "Studebaker...Less Than They Promised" for sale anywhere for a long time but it too is a very good book and delves into styling plans as well. All the books mentioned here are must-haves if you are a Studebaker addict (a malady shared by most of us).

    I also have that Packard book by James A. Ward. Great book!! You may also want to try and find August, 1973 through June, 1974 Car Classics magazine. Has the excellent 6-part article by E.T. Reynolds Sr. called 'Looking Back At Studebaker, 1943-64' A very interesting and informative account of his days as an executive in the Engineering Department.

    Craig.

    Studedude1961
    --1963 Cruiser

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    • #17
      quote:Originally posted by Studedude1961

      Randy is right...the Packard book is another very good source of information for Studebaker-Packard from its formation until the end of Packard. I have not seen "Studebaker...Less Than They Promised" for sale anywhere for a long time but it too is a very good book and delves into styling plans as well. All the books mentioned here are must-haves if you are a Studebaker addict (a malady shared by most of us).

      I also have that Packard book by James A. Ward. Great book!! You may also want to try and find August, 1973 through June, 1974 Car Classics magazine. Has the excellent 6-part article by E.T. Reynolds Sr. called 'Looking Back At Studebaker, 1943-64' A very interesting and informative account of his days as an executive in the Engineering Department.

      Craig.

      Studedude1961
      --1963 Cruiser

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