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    Gotta love that front 'half-door'.

    Craig

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    Thanks for that, Craig.

    Those cars were gigantic, weren't they? Too bad there wasn't some human in the picture to give better perspective. The top of the front fender was somewhere close to chest height, was it not?! What a machine!

    Any pics of the Stanley next to it?
    Roger Hill


    60 Lark Vlll, hardtop, black/red, Power Kit, 3 spd. - "Juliette"
    61 Champ Deluxe, 6, black/red, o/d, long box. - "Jeri"
    Junior Wagon - "Junior"

    "In the end, dear undertaker,
    Ride me in a Studebaker"

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    • #3
      The rims are 42 inches.

      Terry

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      • #4
        A real man's car has two steps on the running boards. The Oldsmobile Museum in Lansing had one on display and the scale of this car is treamendous! It also demonstrates the directions the Smith's were taking Oldsmoble, and why Ransom Olds left the company.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by STEWDI View Post
          Those cars were gigantic, weren't they? Too bad there wasn't some human in the picture to give better perspective. The top of the front fender was somewhere close to chest height, was it not?! What a machine!
          Check out the next day's Orphan.

          Craig

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dictator27 View Post
            The rims are 42 inches.
            So how big would the tires be?
            My Bearcat has 25 inch rims and the tires are 34"....and I thought those were large!
            63 Avanti R1 2788
            1914 Stutz Bearcat
            (George Barris replica)

            Washington State

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            • #7
              I love the brass! Too bad the wheel spokes arent brass.
              sigpic
              In the middle of MinneSTUDEa.

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