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  • 8E45E
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    Originally posted by clonelark View Post
    Considering when that women was born and how many changes she had seen in her lifetime - she probably had every reason to be angry - and then some.

    The worst was yet to come, the great depression
    Then some went WACky during the second world war!!

    Craig

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  • clonelark
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    Considering when that women was born and how many changes she had seen in her lifetime - she probably had every reason to be angry - and then some.

    The worst was yet to come, the great depression

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  • 8E45E
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    Originally posted by Sonny View Post
    Geez... She looks like she would eat your dog, right out of your arms!
    I think its because she didn't get enough of that Sugar Crisp for breakfast!!

    Craig

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  • Sonny
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    Originally posted by Studebaker Wheel View Post


    Of course you can't tell a book by its cover.
    Geez... She looks like she would eat your dog, right out of your arms!

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  • 62champ
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    Considering when that women was born and how many changes she had seen in her lifetime - she probably had every reason to be angry - and then some.

    The President of my former chapter in Texas had a motor home made from a late 20's/early 30's President...pretty neat but would have been pretty terrible in the corners

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  • kmac530
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    The Motorhome is super cool though.

    The box under grandma is where they keep the Urn of great grandma...

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  • 53hardtop
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    Originally posted by Studebaker Wheel View Post
    Yes, I noticed the "son" was kinda of "a tall drink of water," as Abraham Lincoln was called. Really hard to determine how tall but probably 6' 6" at least......
    By my pixel measuring calculator, he is at least 2.13 times as tall as the spare tire. What size is the spare?

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  • Anne F. Goodman
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    Originally posted by Studebaker Wheel View Post


    Of course you can't tell a book by its cover.
    She just got done saying don't you dare take my picture then they took it anyway.

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  • avantilover
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    I think the misery guts expressions were common in those times or at least when the older folks were growing up, don't think too many smiled in photographs.

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  • Studebaker Wheel
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    Originally posted by clonelark View Post
    Sherwood Egbert, 6'4"
    You win ( I did read one source that said 6'3")! In any event about the same height as Abraham Lincoln out tallest U.S. President (Madison was the shortest).

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  • clonelark
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    Sherwood Egbert, 6'4"

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  • Studebaker Wheel
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    Yes, I noticed the "son" was kinda of "a tall drink of water," as Abraham Lincoln was called. Really hard to determine how tall but probably 6' 6" at least. Brings up a interesting trivia question. What Studebaker chief executive (president) was the tallest and how tall?

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  • candbstudebakers
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    Originally posted by kurtruk View Post
    Maybe she's still upset about having a son of such large proportions, that they had to buy a custom vehicle to drive around in! I mean look at how tall he is compared to "Dad" and to the vehicle. Maybe it is a young Clifford Thompson from this photo:
    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...ghlight=wadlow

    At least she doesn't have to ride in a Mother-in-law seat out back!
    Some one needs to wash the windows.

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  • kurtruk
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    Maybe she's still upset about having a son of such large proportions, that they had to buy a custom vehicle to drive around in! I mean look at how tall he is compared to "Dad" and to the vehicle. Maybe it is a young Clifford Thompson from this photo:
    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...ghlight=wadlow

    At least she doesn't have to ride in a Mother-in-law seat out back!

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  • 8E45E
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    Originally posted by Studebaker Wheel View Post
    However I can tell you that I would not want to be traveling cross country with that lady!!
    ...and I can just imagine what you'd plant in that hinged compartment right below granny!!

    Craig

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