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  • #16
    My first two Studebakers were both 1950 Commanders and I still have them. As noted, they are great road cars.

    I had snow tires on my 1965 Corvair, and they had just under half tread left, so I figured I'd leave them on and run them through the spring, summer and fall, then install new ones for the next winter. Well, I didn't get many miles on them and they both went bald and blew out when I was 200 miles from home. I learned that snow tires have a soft compound to help grip the snow, and they wear extremely fast on hot summer roads.

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    • #17
      Off topic for a second...

      I really like your online gas analyzer 62champ.

      I do the same for my car, though have a spreadsheet running to monitor my '56 Golden Hawk. Last weekend just over 16 mpg.
      Richard
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