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  • 1928 Studebaker Pickup

    A unique "truck" to restore...anyone up for the challenge?

    http://boise.craigslist.org/cto/1585773696.html

    Ted
    '57 Champion

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    This 1928 Studebaker would be for the individual with the right tools, time and money an awesome "truck" to restore. The ad says it was a dealer conversion from sedan to truck as Studebaker wasn't selling trucks at that time(Is that correct?. The ad also says the engine is free, someone please go after this one.

    John


    63R-2386 under restoration & modification
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    John
    63R-2386
    Resto-Mod by Michael Myer

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    • #3
      [quote]Originally posted by okc63avanti

      This 1928 Studebaker would be for the individual with the right tools, time and money an awesome "truck" to restore. The ad says it was a dealer conversion from sedan to truck as Studebaker wasn't selling trucks at that time(Is that correct?. The ad also says the engine is free, someone please go after this one.

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      Studebaker Corp. was selling a number of truck models in 1928. They did NOT build, for domestic consumption, a 1/2 size truck until 1937. I guess it is possible for a dealer to have built a pickup from a brand new automobile, but could have been custom built by anyone at anytime pre-WWII. If the owner has documentation that a dealer had the resources to do this, so much the better. [}]

      Frank Drumheller
      60S-W6
      1948 M16-52 Boyer-bodied fire truck

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      • #4
        This would take a ton of work and money

        58 Packard Wagons
        63 Lark R2
        62 Lark Skytop

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        • #5
          Now that is cool, a little old and cost too much, but really cool.

          Chris Dresbach

          Chris Dresbach

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          • #6
            quote:Originally posted by StudeSchack

            A unique "truck" to restore...anyone up for the challenge?

            http://boise.craigslist.org/cto/1585773696.html

            Ted
            '57 Champion
            Good thing i am back in Guam, that is so tempting. no no bad bridgegaurd no more projects. This is one i hope don't end up rat rodded (i must be getting old).

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            • #7
              I am not very knowledgeable about Studebakers from the 1920's, but I would love to have something like this. Where is Fruitland anyway?

              Joe Roberts
              '61 R1 Champ
              '65 Cruiser
              Editor of "The Down Easterner"
              Eastern North Carolina Chapter
              Joe Roberts
              '61 R1 Champ
              '65 Cruiser
              Eastern North Carolina Chapter

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              • #8
                Fruitland in in SW Idaho...from the Boise Craigslist...

                Ted
                '57 Champion

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                • #9
                  As my family is tired of hearing, I would love to have one of these. Unfortunately, I do not have a place for such a large project at this time.

                  "In the heart of Arkansas."
                  1952 Champion Starlight w/overdrive. Searcy, Arkansas
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                  "In the heart of Arkansas."
                  Searcy, Arkansas
                  1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.
                  1952 2R pickup

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