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Anyone have an interest in the old SDC publications 1968-77? Also Milestone car etc.

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  • Anyone have an interest in the old SDC publications 1968-77? Also Milestone car etc.

    A old time member who had a '55 Speedster back in the late 60's and thru the 70s contacted me recently and said he was long out of the hobby but had many old SDC publications back to the period 1968 thru c1977. These include the old Presidential newsletters, SDC Bulletins (the small ones) and Quarterlies, early Turning Wheels as well as as series put out by Bill Cannon of the SDC on This is a Studebaker Year. Also has several issues from the Milestone Car Society during the same era. A complete list is available. He is not asking an arm or leg but prefers to sell all to a single buyer if possible. If you have an interest email me at rtq11 at aol dot com and I can forward the list plus his contact info.
    Richard Quinn
    Editor emeritus: Antique Studebaker Review

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