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  • Junkyard Studes picture, Alberta

    From below link:



    http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2...ld/?refer=news
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    The classic 'DOG EARED' Studebaker hood!

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    • #3
      I had a wander through Stan's collection maybe a dozen years ago. There weren't a lot of Studebakers, and as the article indicates, most of them are parts cars. I probably should drop by again soon, though, and see if anything new showed up. Also, of course, my collection has increased, and there might be parts there for stuff I didn't have the last time.

      If I go, I will try to take pictures of all the Studes there. Wetaskiwin is on my way home from the rig, and I will have my trailer with me. Dangerous circumstances, indeed.
      Gord Richmond, within Weasel range of the Alberta Badlands

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      • #4
        Ah yes, the Reynolds museums. Plural...at least in 1995 when I visited...the family's original museum where these Studes would be, and a short way down the same road, the sumptuous Reynolds-Alberta Museum built cooperatively with the provincial government. Both were well worth a visit. Besides all the cars, trucks, tractors et al, the family has a significant aircraft collection including things like a fully restored Hawker Hurricane, a DC-3 and a Bellanca Skyrocket.

        S.

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