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  • daytonadave
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    My Dad bought a 55 Speedster in 1964 for my older Brother to drive to high school. I drove it for 2 months before wrecking it in Oct 1965. I still have the speedometer and wire wheels covers.
    My Brother and I turned into a convertible.
    Eventually, it went behind the Barn for 20 yrs.
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    Last edited by daytonadave; 06-23-2016, 07:58 AM. Reason: add photos

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  • Hallabutt
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    I have been hoping that more owners would respond. I have owned nine Speedsters over the years. I still own my second car (bought in 1964, restored through the 70's). Send a PM if you want to talk.-Bill

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  • studegary
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    I no longer own it, but I did own a tri-color (Neopolitan ice cream) Speedster, that was an all original car, for several years. It was not repainted or anything else, except that the tires (and probably battery) had been changed. I will offer what help that I can based on that. Please keep in mind that 1955 Speedsters assembled in California varied from cars assembled in Indiana (paint, trim).

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  • TWChamp
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    What are your Speedster colors, and can you post a picture of it?

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  • 58 Hawk
    started a topic Original 1955 studebaker speedster

    Original 1955 studebaker speedster

    is there an original 1955 SPEEDSTER IN THE CLUB ?

    I would like to correspond with you as I am restoring my tri-color speedster now

    email joebetsy6@gmail.com

    Thank you , Joe
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