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  • woodysrods
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    Originally posted by Pat Skelly View Post
    Wednsday afternoon I took the GT Hawk out on a parts run, on the way to the parts house I stopped for gas. While I was filling up, a guy in a pick-up stoped next to me, got out to look over the Hawk, asked a couple questions about it, then said his brother is a Studebaker guy. I asked what is his brothers name, and he answered, You wouldn't know him, he doesn't live around here. I asked his brothers name again, then he told me Jack Vines. He was right, I don't know him, but I know of him. The world gets smaller every day.
    Pat I hope you were thinking quick enough on your feet to really throw a curve a Jacks brother by replying "Oh yeah, Jake lives over in Spokane...doesn't he?"
    Good Roads
    Brian

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  • Pat Skelly
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    When your gauge lies like mine does, you can't take any chances.
    Last edited by Pat Skelly; 05-14-2011, 03:45 PM. Reason: spelling

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  • rockinhawk
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    You can afford to FILL UP? WOW.! NT

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  • Pat Skelly
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    Wednsday afternoon I took the GT Hawk out on a parts run, on the way to the parts house I stopped for gas. While I was filling up, a guy in a pick-up stoped next to me, got out to look over the Hawk, asked a couple questions about it, then said his brother is a Studebaker guy. I asked what is his brothers name, and he answered, You wouldn't know him, he doesn't live around here. I asked his brothers name again, then he told me Jack Vines. He was right, I don't know him, but I know of him. The world gets smaller every day.

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  • JRoberts
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    Very true, but did you get a free replacement for that worn out plastic tool box?

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  • mausersmth
    started a topic Studebaker people turn up everywhere!

    Studebaker people turn up everywhere!

    The plastic case for my Craftsman socket set wore out, so I went to Sears (Eastpoint, Dundalk, MD) to get a replacement.
    I commented to the cashier that I thought of a way to slow the loss of my tools (From other people 'borrowing' them) 'I'll just lock them in the trunk of my Studebaker.'
    Her response: 'Yea, that'll wo. . . You have a Studebaker? We do too!'
    It seems her father-in-law (I think I got that right!) has an MG, a Corvair, and a '64 Studebaker! She made me promise to bring my car to the store so she could see it.

    Studebaker folk turn up in the darndest places!
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