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    Not comfortable showing my stuff,but felt so good to take Pearl out for the first time in 18 months Click image for larger version

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  • #2
    Nice ride. It's always good to get them out for an activity.
    "In the heart of Arkansas."
    Searcy, Arkansas
    1952 Commander 2 door. Really fine 259.
    1952 2R pickup


    • #3
      You have a nice car sir, I would be VERY comfortable showing that off...
      DT Holder - Bakersfield CA, USA
      1950 Commander ("Resto-Mod" in progress)


      • #4
        Pretty Studebaker, hope it keeps getting out...Mike
        Mike - Assistant Editor, Turning Wheels
        Fort Worth, TX

        1964 Avanti R2 #R-4986


        • #5
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ID:	1895050 just a chance to get another one out,he was happy to stretch his legs.


          • #6
            It is always so nice to see a Studebaker truck among all the Chevy, Ford and Dodge trucks. They deserve their place in the show.
            Ed Sallia
            Dundee, OR

            Sol Lucet Omnibus


            • #7
              Exposing others to the DIVERSITY of the automotive world is not showing off unless you're telling people they're better than others. Be proud of your INDEPENDENTS! It's ALWAYS good to get 'em out for folks to see (and hear).
              So many people have no idea what a Studebaker is, and if you can park it next to a Brand X of similar year of manufacture, so much the better!

              *Plus, I can't count on two hands how many times a wife or girlfriend compliments the Hawk while her "know it all" husband is yakking about the engine of the blocky Chevy next to it.
              62 GT


              • #8
                Yep ,I had a lady bend my ear for 30 minutes at a show her husband had to grab her arm and tell her it was time to go