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    Katie and I took a trip out to South Dakota 2 weeks ago and came across quite a few Studebakers. A few at the Pioneer Auto Museum in Murdo, SD and a few items at a smaller museum in Rapid City. The biggest surprise was when we took a different way towards Sturgis, SD and came across Boondocks near Deadwood. Awesome little place!
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    Here are a few more from BoonDocks
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      Very nice. Some unusual 30's vintage Studebakers that look desirable.....

      Mark

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        That blue Dictator coupe was mine. I sold it to the museum in 1966 for $180 - tripling what I paid for it. I bought it from a mechanic so it was in great mechanical condition. When they wouldn't sell it back to me I began the search which led to the 37 President coupe I now have.

        A neighbor took some pictures.
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          Originally posted by 5brown1 View Post
          That blue Dictator coupe was mine. I sold it to the museum in 1966 for $180 - tripling what I paid for it. I bought it from a mechanic so it was in great mechanical condition. When they wouldn't sell it back to me I began the search which led to the 37 President coupe I now have.

          A neighbor took some pictures.

          That is super cool! I didn't know the museum was around that long either, and to have kept it all these years is pretty neat. Too bad they would not sell it back to you.

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          • #6
            The Blue one is what caught my eye!

            Mark

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            • #7
              The last time there was a Zone Meet in the Black Hills, 3 or 4 years ago, we toured up to Boondocks with a bunch of Studebakers. This years Zone Meet in Custer, SD., which we plan to attend, may have a tour there again, we'll have to wait and see. Interesting place for sure, I'd go again.
              Frank van Doorn
              Omaha, Ne.
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