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    Josh (14) and Haleigh (10) changing a thermostat in Josh's Lark.

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    Neil Thornton

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    Always nice to see someone without gray hair working/driving a Studebaker...

    After this winter I might be in a t-shirt the first time it hits 60 outside!

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    • #3
      The amazing thing is the two of them together without fussin'
      Neil Thornton

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      • #4
        That's pretty neat! Wish I would have had that opportunity at that young of an age to work on the cars.

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        • #5
          Neil, it looks as if they are changing more than the thermostat, maybe you better hang around closer before they get the engine pulled. neat, neat.
          Candbstudebakers
          Castro Valley,
          California


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          • #6
            That is very cool Neil, those are Great Grandkids!
            I have to wonder what kind of Moonshiner Tool that is they're using to fill the system!
            StudeRich
            Second Generation Stude Driver,
            Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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            • #7
              Bob,We just got that engine put back in. I hope they don't pull it out.

              Rich,I can hear that conversation now,
              Josh: "Hold the funnel still. I don't want to spill the Anti freeze!"
              Haleigh:"It ain't no funnel,It's just a bottle with the bottom cut off."
              Josh:"Well,Hold it still anyway.
              Haleigh:"OOOOOKAY"
              Neil Thornton

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 63avanti. View Post
                That's pretty neat! Wish I would have had that opportunity at that young of an age to work on the cars.
                That's how I got involved. When I was 12 Dad bought his first Studie and dragged me out to the garage so I could learn to work on cars. Fast forward 42 years and I am still learning to work on them
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                Packardbakerly,
                J.D.

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                • #9
                  Real cool seing handy kids! They don't grow all over the place these days...

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                  • #10
                    Rural South Georgia is a great place to raise kids. Except when it RAINS,and rains,and rains...Our road is about a foot deep is wet soupy,slick,slimey clay. Poor old Lark hasn't moved in 3days.
                    Neil Thornton

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