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  • GThawkwind
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    I'll just take a little moment of silence for the all around best car company to ever push'em down the asembly line..,.....................
    Last edited by GThawkwind; 03-17-2013, 01:29 PM.

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  • brngarage
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    The Los Angeles Chapter is celebrating by having our 28th annual Winter Meet TOMORROW on St. Patrick's Day. Come one, come all!
    More info on our website at www.studebakersla.com. Be there or be square!!

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  • HAWK64
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    Originally posted by Stu Chapman View Post
    Forty-seven years ago today, at 8:11 am, the last Studebaker rolled off the line in Hamilton Ontario, on the day all Irishmen in the world celebrate, as well as those who wish they were Irish. So lift a glass of green beer to remember that car. Or better still, if you're near South Bend then pay it a visit at the Studebaker National Museum. At the same time shed a tear for the old Hamilton plant which is now almost a memory.
    Stu Chapman
    Stu,
    Its well into St Patrick's day here & I have already had a Guinness at Bridie O'Reillys Pub.

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  • Studebaker & St. Patricks Day....together in history

    Forty-seven years ago today, at 8:11 am, the last Studebaker rolled off the line in Hamilton Ontario, on the day all Irishmen in the world celebrate, as well as those who wish they were Irish. So lift a glass of green beer to remember that car. Or better still, if you're near South Bend then pay it a visit at the Studebaker National Museum. At the same time shed a tear for the old Hamilton plant which is now almost a memory.
    Stu Chapman
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