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  • plwindish
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    I was surprised to see Studebaker Wagon Co., Chicago IL for a address of the company. Did they have a plant in Chicago at that time or was that their way of saying nobody would know where South Bend was?

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  • Chris_Dresbach
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    Maybe it's just an illusion, but the wheels look funny to me. For a Studebaker the wheel spokes should be angled out, not straight plumb.

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  • Avantidon
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    It's a great advertisement for Studebaker and shows how they just last and last throughout the years.

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  • Guster
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    I see that wagon being pulled every year in a 4th of July parade in Bristol, RI. I never thought the wagon would be a Studebaker.

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  • 8E45E
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    Originally posted by 52-fan View Post
    Beautiful wagon. I never thought about a wagon having chromed parts. I wonder if this was possible when they were being built.
    Any shiny stuff would have been nickel plated in that era. Chromium plating didn't come out until the later 1920's.

    Craig

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  • 52-fan
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    Beautiful wagon. I never thought about a wagon having chromed parts. I wonder if this was possible when they were being built.

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  • Effie
    started a topic Studebaker Wagon - eye candy

    Studebaker Wagon - eye candy

    Went to the "Big E" in West Springfield MA - found this on display with the Clydesdales
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