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  • Jeff T.
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    "He said one of his frustrations is that half of the collection’s visitors are from out of town or outside Nebraska. Kernick worries there may be a large number of Kearneyites who don’t know about the collection"

    Gee, I'm a life long Lincolnite and I was not aware of this museum.

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  • Mark L
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    On the same publication date, the same author mentions the Studebaker National Museum if a different article:

    https://kearneyhub.com/news/local/tr...e5cfbc907.html

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  • BobPalma
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    Originally posted by 52 Ragtop View Post
    Thanks Bob! Nice article, except the comment of Studebakers "short run" 1952-1967??
    I think they may have missed 100 years!

    Jim
    Yeah, Jim; I saw that.

    The writer undoubtedly should have said 1852 and a long run, rather than 1952 and a short run!

    Geeze.... BP

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  • 52 Ragtop
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    Thanks Bob! Nice article, except the comment of Studebakers "short run" 1952-1967??
    I think they may have missed 100 years!

    Jim

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  • Nice article w/ George Krem's 1964 Daytona convertible

    The Kearney, Nebraska, Classic Car Museum was threatened with extinction until a year or two ago when it was saved. Here's a nice article on its current state.

    Cousin George Krem's gorgeous, genuine, full super package R1 1964 Studebaker Daytona convertible has been displayed there for awhile and is featured in this article. I'm not sure who owns the Ermine White 1963 Gran Turismo Hawk next to it:

    https://kearneyhub.com/news/local/th...0d847d294.html
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