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  • rapidcityman
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    Still for sale; not being parted out.

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  • (S)
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    Love those '32's! any model would still fit in my crowded space!

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  • 63 R2 Hawk
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ID:	1675550I am working on a 1932 model Regal sedan, not nearly as cool as the St. Regis but still and elegant car in its day. It came equipped with dual side mount tires, chrome artillery wheels and fender mounted chrome trumpet horns. It was the cheapest of the Studebaker models (excluding the Rockne), at about $1200, was almost twice what a comperable Ford cost in that era. Studebaker didn't sell many cars that year.

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  • bernieconrad
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    Has the car been sold? Is it being parted out? I am looking for a hood center strip, windshield frame, and driver side splash apron. Hope you can help. Thanks, Bernie

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  • rapidcityman
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    Don't know, I heard a number thrown out there by another local member but did not ask the guy who owned it ( I've been accused of having good manners at times)
    I posted this for the gentleman who just joined our chapter and the national club. His e-mail is dalem@gwtc.net. His cell is 605-685-5735. Keep in mind that he is on Central time.

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  • SuperHawk
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    What's the price on the '32?

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  • radiotech
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    That car is a KNOCKOUT!

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  • rapidcityman
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    Thanks, that helps.

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  • rapidcityman
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    It is a big car, that 6-pack is just plain huge!

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  • rapidcityman
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    '32

    Originally posted by mike super View Post
    Rapidcityman sent me some shots......beautiful restoration. i am attaching them for him.
    Mike Super, thanks for posting pictures; it looks even better in real life.

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  • raprice
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    Boy, that's a gorgeous car.
    Rog

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  • 2R5
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    That big car looks small beside that truck !

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  • JRoberts
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    A beautiful car.

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  • FlatheadGeo
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    What a beautiful automobile!!!

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  • mike super
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    When I get to the icon to insert image, I am only offered "URL of image". I'm not offered the browse button.
    Rapidcityman sent me some shots......beautiful restoration. i am attaching them for him.
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