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  • JBOYLE
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    Neat, thanks for posting.
    I really enjoyed the recent TW article about them.

    I can understand most of the bodies being vendor items, but I'm surprised that Sudebaker would make and sell the dump truck.
    Last edited by JBOYLE; 02-17-2013, 11:59 AM.

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  • dean pearson
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    I wonder why we don't see more of these?!? To me they are amazing.

    Dean.

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  • benaslopoke
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    The rear end in the brochure of the #1 posting was refered to as a "double reduction".. I got up parts for one on a GMC when I first started in parts at a GMC dealer in the mid 50's.. A little different but very simular.. The later two speed truck rear ends were altogether different..

    Ben

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  • 8E45E
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    Originally posted by Sam Ensley View Post
    Ever since I read the article in Turning Wheels about the COE's, I've fallen in love with them all over again. The brochure is icing on the cake. I really do appreciate your posting them.
    I did post a couple of panels from the 1936 folder here: http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...ighlight=mogul

    Craig

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  • Sam Ensley
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    Ever since I read the article in Turning Wheels about the COE's, I've fallen in love with them all over again. The brochure is icing on the cake. I really do appreciate your posting them.

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  • Bullet
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    That would be so cool to make in to a modern interior RV. At least it would on the road and seen by a lot of people and great publicity!

    Mark

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  • 8E45E
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    Originally posted by alanmende View Post
    That full van body in the brochure looks very much like the barn find I made a few years ago. Unfortunately, I had nowhere to store a 10-foot-high vehicle. It was later sold, and I don't know its current whereabouts. Look for pictures of it in Fred Fox's part two article on Studebaker Cab Forward trucks in an upcoming issue of Turning Wheels.
    Have you got it restored yet?? http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...=furniture+van

    Craig

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  • alanmende
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    That full van body in the brochure looks very much like the barn find I made a few years ago. Unfortunately, I had nowhere to store a 10-foot-high vehicle. It was later sold, and I don't know its current whereabouts. Look for pictures of it in Fred Fox's part two article on Studebaker Cab Forward trucks in an upcoming issue of Turning Wheels.

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  • BobPalma
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    Originally posted by hausdok View Post
    Hi,

    Does COE stand for Cab Over Engine? It kind of threw me there for a second. In my other careers COE always stood for code of ethics.
    Yep, Mike; Cab Over Engine.

    I see the "easy-to-service" claim was preparing mechanics for the joy of removing (and getting back in place!) Chevy Astro Van engine covers two generations later!

    Nice brochure; thanks for posting. BP

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  • hausdok
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    Hi,

    Does COE stand for Cab Over Engine? It kind of threw me there for a second. In my other careers COE always stood for code of ethics.

    How cool it would be to find one of those old streamlines step-in vans and restore it!

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  • Bordeaux Daytona
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    Very cool! Thanks for posting them.

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  • 57pack
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    Yes thanks for sharing the photos!
    Love those Art Deco designs!

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  • RadCruiser
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    Had no idea studebaker made that many different coe trucks. Some really good lookers in there. Thanks for the post.

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  • unclemiltie
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    Thanks, I enjoyed viewing

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  • 4961Studebaker
    started a topic 1937 COE brochure (Cab Forward)

    1937 COE brochure (Cab Forward)

    In honor of Part one of two, Feb. 2013 issue of Turning Wheels I decided to upload the brochure pages.

    All are welcome to look at, use or link to photo's just give a little credit my way if you would .


































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