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OCTOBER 2010 The Hillholder North Georgia Chapter of The Studebaker Drivers Club Our meeting in blue ridge President’s Message 2 September Attendees; Remembrances; Celebrations 3 Meeting Minutes 4-5 The Mailbox 6-8 Southeast Zone Meet Registration Form 9 Chapter Meeting & Other Events Schedules 10 Other Event Flyers 11-13 The Marketplace 14-16 Membership & Contact Info 17 Inside this issue: This Toyota found some good company.......

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  • OCTOBER 2010

    The Hillholder North Georgia Chapter of The

    Studebaker Drivers Club

    Our meeting in blue ridge

    President’s Message 2

    September Attendees; Remembrances;

    Celebrations

    3

    Meeting Minutes 4-5

    The Mailbox 6-8

    Southeast Zone Meet Registration Form

    9

    Chapter Meeting & Other Events Schedules

    10

    Other Event Flyers 11-13

    The Marketplace 14-16

    Membership & Contact Info 17

    Inside this issue:

    This Toyota found some good company.......

  • President’s Message

    September 14, 2010

    Remember the old adage….”whenever you’re in the mountains, be prepared; because at some point, it’s going to rain”…and it did! Nice drive up, and the whole time we’re all standing in the restaurant parking lot, it was great. Fifteen or twenty minutes after we all were inside eating, the bottom fell out. You could barely see the cars it was raining so hard. After the fantastic buffet meal and the usual business meeting, we ventured outside to find the sun out and the pavement dry. You’d never know it rained except for the water on the floorboard!!

    Great meeting with a good number of cars and people as well. I want to thank all that attended and Jim and Carol Nichols for making the arrangements and furnishing the door prizes.

    It was also great to see Tom and Maureen Elliott made the long trek from Fayetteville on the south side of Atlanta. I know it was a letdown to drive all that way only to get an unexpected “shower” before you could enter the restaurant. (Not to mention the others who graciously helped to get Tom out of the car, onto his scooter and into the restaurant.) It goes without saying, no one brought an extra change of clothes, but not to worry: Billy Carey and Jim Nichols to the rescue! Billy went to his hotel room to get a couple of shirts, while Jim took off to Roses and purchased sweat pants for Tom. You can’t beat that for teamwork and hospitality!

    As you can see in reading the minutes of the meeting, all is coming together for the Zone Meet October 8-10. If you haven’t already registered, please do so, as this is a big help in determining how many to plan for. Same for the hotel rooms: please make your reservations right away.

    Looking forward to seeing everyone at the Zone Meet. Bring as many Studebakers (or parts) as you can! Any questions? Call me, Barbara, or Charlotte Delli.

    “Down The Road”….. Please remember at the December Chapter Meeting we will hold our election of Chapter officers for the upcoming year. As prescribed by our chapter by-laws, the President and Vice President can serve no more than two consecutive one-year terms. Having said that, my and Tom’s two years are UP. It’s time for some new faces and new ideas. Just think….maybe it’s YOUR turn!!

    Studebakerly,

    Dan Miller

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  • September 2010 Attendees (with Studebakers, Avantis, and other pre-1980 makes)

    Ben and Janet Alspach

    Charlie and Hellen Attaway; Lee and Su Attaway (guests)

    Hobo and Brenda Bodkin

    Billy and Charleen Carey

    Jim and Dotty Carto

    Chris Collins

    William and Charlotte Delli

    1957 Commander

    1963 Avanti

    1963 GT Hawk

    Tom and Maureen Elliott; Austin Lloyd, Eileen Queen (guest)

    Enrique and Norma Hernandez

    Mike and Terrie Hopper

    Chuck Lampman

    Wayne and Ann Lee

    Dan and Barbara Miller

    Jim and Carol Nichols

    Alan and Rochelle Ziglin

    1964 GT Hawk

    1959 Silver Hawk

    1960 Hawk

    1967 Pontiac Grand Prix convertible

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    Celebrations Birthdays Anniversaries

    Dianne Smith Rochelle Ziglin Cindy Lampman

    Bill Cope Beverly Petru Charlotte Delli

    9/12 9/13 9/14 9/15 9/24 9/25

    Susan Duncan-McCord Chris Collins Ray Downing Marsha Byrd Dotty Carto

    10/1 10/5

    10/23 10/27 10/27

    Bill and Charlotte Delli Ed and Del Lane

    Crazy Ray and Dianne Smith Joshua McCord and Susan

    Duncan-McCord Ron and Connie Bergeron Ray and Brenda Phillips Mike and Terrie Hopper

    Pete and Deborah McCaffrey Charlie and Hellen Attaway

    Ray and Linda Downing Terry and Dora Smith

    9/3 9/3 9/17 9/22

    9/25 9/29 9/30

    10/9

    10/12 10/13 10/19

    Please Keep in Your Thoughts and Prayers

    ♦ Steve Detch, who is fighting with cancer.

    ♦ Tom Elliott, as he continues his battle with ALS.

    ♦ Chuck and Cindy Lampman, on the recent death of their grandson.

  • North Georgia Chapter, Studebaker Drivers Club Meeting Minutes

    September 11, 2010

    President Dan Miller opened the meeting. Thank you to Jim and Carol Nichols for hosting us today at the Tin Loong Restaurant; what a great buffet!

    We welcomed our visitors and guests, and announced birthdays, anniversaries, and those we need to keep in our thoughts and prayers. On behalf of the whole chapter, Dan extended our condolences to Chuck Lampman, whose grandson passed away recently.

    Barbara Miller gave a Southeast Zone Meet update:

    • We have 27 meet registrations to date, with 54 room-nights reserved, thus exceeding our minimum room commitment to the hotel. The hotel will keep our block of rooms available after Sept. 15, in order to accommodate as many people as possible at our special rate.

    • Two registrations are from South Georgia chapter members (excluding North Georgia members who belong to both).

    • We need donations of snacks, soft drinks, finger sandwiches, etc. to have in the hospitality room on Friday and Saturday. You can bring your food contributions to the hospitality room upon checking in. Please let Barbara know what you intend to bring, so we can round out the donations with extra items as needed.

    • We also need door prizes. Please let Dan or Barbara know what you are donating. Hobo and Brenda Bodkin are handling the door prizes, so you can give those to the Bodkins when you arrive at the meet.

    • A group of us will get together within the next couple of weeks to assemble the goody bags. We will ask for some volunteers to help once we finalize the date.

    • We have selected a food vender to serve hamburgers and hot dogs in the show area on Saturday. For $5.00, you can get a hamburger or two hot dogs, plus chips and a drink. Our vendor comes well-recommended and caters a large number of events.

    • Contact Dan or Barbara if you know of any parts vendors who would like to join us. Vendors who sell Studebaker items would naturally be the biggest draw, but someone does not have to be a Studebaker vendor to participate.

    • Ad space on the back of the meet t-shirts is available, at $150 per ad.

    • The Zone Meet planning committee will have another meeting, tentatively on Saturday September 25, at the hotel in Braselton.

    Wayne Lee brought a supply of the new SDC color brochures for us to share with prospective club members.

    Tom Elliott reports that a R-2 Studebaker Avanti with about 10,000 miles will be coming to the meet from Illinois. Sounds like a good opportunity for Avanti owners to see an authentic example as a guideline for our own maintenance and restoration work.

    (continued next page)

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  • The ALS Association of Georgia Walk is on November 6th, and will again be in Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta. Walk check-in begins 8:30 AM, with the walk starting at 10:00 AM. Tom’s Scooterbakers team has a page on the event website for people to register to walk, and/or to make a donation. Visit http://tinyurl.com/23e5cnj for details, or contact Chris Collins for printed information.

    Tom’s Scooterbakers ALS walk team will be the beneficiary of our meet fund-raising. Janet Alspach showed us a mock-up of a Studebaker wall hanging to be auctioned at the meet.

    Dan reviewed the calendar of upcoming events as listed in The Hillholder. Hobo Bodkin told us about a chili cook-off and orphan car show their church is having in November. The event announcement will be in the newsletter.

    Charlotte Delli presented the Treasurer’s report; a copy of that will also be in the newsletter.

    50/50 drawing winners this month were Lee and Su Attaway, Charlie and Hellen Attaway’s son and daughter-in-law. They split the $76 pot with the chapter.

    Next, we drew for door prizes provided by our hosts the Nichols. Winners include: Janet Alspach, Charlie Attaway, Dotty Carto, Bill Delli, Charlotte Delli, Mike Hopper, and Alan Ziglin.

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    Scenes from the 42nd Tri-State Zone Meet (Photos courtesy of Thomas Odom)

  • Treasurer’s Report North Georgia Chapter SDC Secondary Zone Meet Account

    1 August 2010 Beginning Balance $528.30 Receipts 712.00 Registrations –August $580.00 Trophies $132.00 Payments $15.00 (Repay Over-payment) (15.00) 31 August 2010 Ending Balance $1225.30

    Treasurer’s Report North Georgia Chapter SDC

    Primary Account

    1 August 2010 Beginning Balance $5568.72 Deposits 65.00 50/50 $60.00 Dues 5.00 Withdrawals (84.48) September Newsletter $27.77 Flowers 56.71 31 August 2010 Ending Balance $5549.24

    The Mailbox

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    Even though it was a very rainy day, the Jefferson Lions Club did hold their tenth annual car show on Saturday, August 14, with 70 cars and trucks and four antique tractors entered. The Lions Club made over $1300 in their DRIVE AGAINST DARKNESS for their sight program. Lenny Major showed his 1962 Champ pick-up and Pete McCaffrey won a trophy with his Hawk. Tim Taylor came from Colbert, Georgia and entered his 1960 Champ. Howard (Hobo) and Brenda Bodkin also came to see the show. Of course, Buddy had his 1961 Champ T-Cab on display. Dot Hunt

    Dear North GA. Studebaker Drivers Club Members,

    Thank you so much for the floral arrangement; the flowers were just beautiful. I am feeling much better now and am completely healed. Looking forward to the SE Zone Meet.

    Very Sincerely,

    Arlene Hollier

    Instructions to Make a Scarecrow can be found by hitting this link: http://tinyurl.com/2d6ha91; or contact Chris for a printed copy. Remember: Prizes will be awarded at the Zone Meet for the best scarecrow, and the best vehicle decorated in the meet theme!

  • International Drive Your Studebaker Day 2010 By Alan Ziglin

    As we all know, Saturday September 4, 2010 was the second annual International Drive Your Studebaker Day. Rochelle and I spent our day with Charlie and Hellen Attaway. Since their Bullet Nose is not yet ready for outings, Rochelle and I drove our ’51 Starlight Coupe (known as “Bullet”) out to their home in Oxford. From there they took us to a local restaurant in Covington where Bullet was the center of attention. The owner of the restaurant said she’d never seen a car like ours and several pictures were taken including her behind the wheel. After lunch, we went to a produce stand just off the square in downtown Covington. While Charlie, Hellen and Rochelle chose what fresh produce they wanted, I saw a woman and her son looking at Bullet. I went over and let them sit in and enjoy the car while the mother told me about the bullet nose Studebaker she saw regularly as a child in public school. I got a picture of the son (Mom was camera shy) and I’ll try to remember his face, because I thought I saw a spark of interest which could turn him into a Studebaker person in the future. All totaled, our trip covered exactly 120 miles including lots of thumbs-ups and even one person in the passenger’s seat of a passing SUV who shouted to me at expressway speeds asking what kind of car I was driving. I was sure to shout the answer back loud enough so she heard “Studebaker”. Unfortunately, what with driving at highway speeds and shouting “Studebaker” I did not have a chance to get her picture, but I did get pictures of the Attaway’s and Ziglin’s at the restaurant and the young fellow at the produce stand who just might be a future Studebaker driver. All in all another good day of Studebakering!!!

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  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 14, 2010 For Further Information Contact Peggy Soderberg Studebaker National Museum 201 S. Chapin Street South Bend, IN 46601 574.235.9714 [email protected]

    Studebaker National Museum’s 2010 Car Raffle

    The Studebaker National Museum has extended the drawing date for the Car Raffle to Wednesday,

    December 1, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. It’s not too late to purchase a chance to win one of four new cars in

    the Studebaker National Museum’s 2010 Car Raffle for only $50 per ticket. Just call the museum and

    purchase a ticket by mail or visit the museum website.

    The cars offered this year include the popular 2011 Chevy Camaro, 2010 Lexus IS250, 2011 Volvo

    S40, and 2010 Mercedes C Class. The winner may choose to take $25,000 in lieu of a car.

    Tickets are available for purchase until Wednesday, December 1, 2010 at 5:00pm at the museum.

    The drawing will be held in the Studebaker National Museum Atrium. All proceeds will benefit the

    Museum’s special exhibitions and public programming fund.

    Only 2,000 tickets will be sold, so hurry today and get your hands on a ticket to win one of four

    luxurious cars or $25,000 cash. Take your chances today and you just might be sitting behind the

    wheel of a brand new car or have some extra cash come this fall!

    The Studebaker National Museum is located at 201 S. Chapin Street in downtown South Bend. It is

    open Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and Sunday 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Admission is $8.00

    for adults, $6.50 for seniors over 60, and $5.00 for youth ages 6-18. For more information call the

    museum at (574) 235-9714 or toll free at 1-888-391-5600 or visit our web site at

    www.studebakermuseum.org.

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    Editor’s Note: An ad for the raffle is in the October issue of Turning Wheels, page 47.

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  • Upcoming Events North Georgia Chapter Meetings

    Date Place Event Details

    October 8-10 Country Inn and Suites, Braselton Zone Meet and Chapter Meeting

    42nd Annual Southeast Zone Meet. Registration form on page 9.

    November 7 Hosted by John and Arlene Hollier Chapter Meeting Details will be in the November issue.

    December 5 Hosted by Bill and Charlotte Delli Chapter Meeting Details will be in the December issue.

    Other Event Opportunities (Studebaker Club - sponsored events are in Italics.)

    Date Place Event details October 1-3 Woodstock, Georgia Kaiser-Frazer Club Dixie

    Region Fall Meet Our chapter is invited to participate, along with all other local orphan car clubs. The weekend’s agenda includes a tour of the Cofer Family’s Stable of Thoroughbreds. Rick Kamen (404.288.8222) needs to know by Sept. 30 if you wish to join the Cofer tour and orphan car show on Saturday. Contact the editor for more details and registration info.

    October 9 Kurt’s Restaurant, 4225 River Green Pkwy., Duluth, Georgia 10AM - 3 PM

    Atlanta’s 14th Annual Italian Car Day

    Rain date is Saturday October 16th. Great way to see a variety of Italian motorcars. Free to spectators. Contact the editor for an event flyer.

    October 22-24 Crawfordville, Florida (south of Tallahassee)

    33rd Annual Florida State Meet

    Flyer on page 11. Host Hotel: The Inn at Wild-wood. Hosts: Big Bend Chapter: For info, contact: George Klutkowski, President, Big Bend Chapter, 850-309-0602, email: [email protected] Registration form at: http://www.cfcsdc.com/Form.pdf, or contact the editor.

    November 6th Centennial Olympic Park, Downtown Atlanta

    Walk to Defeat ALS Flyer on page 12. You can access the web-page for Tom’s Scooterbakers team by visiting http://tinyurl.com/23e5cnj, or contact the editor for more information.

    November 13 St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, Monroe, Georgia

    2nd Annual Chili Challenge and Orphan Car Show

    Flyer on page 13. Profits to benefit various local charities through St. Alban’s community outreach ministries.

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    The Marketplace

    Editor’s Note: Ads will run in three issues of The Hillholder, with the final date shown at the end of each listing. To renew your ad beyond the initial run, please contact me and I will extend it for another three months. To submit or change your ad, see the contact information on the last page. Classified ad submissions are shared between The Hillholder and the SDC North Georgia Chapter website. The accuracy of listings is the responsibility of the advertising party, who should contact the editor if corrections are needed.

    Photos: We can include a photo with your ad. If you have one item (vehicle for sale, part for sale, etc.) you may include one photo. If you have two or more items listed, the limit is two pictures total. This is to keep the classifieds section of the newsletter at a reasonable length. If you have additional photos, you can mention in your ad text that you will make them available to interested parties. You can also include the web address of the online photo sharing site (such as Photobucket) to which you have loaded more pictures.

    FOR SALE: CARS AND TRUCKS (New Listing) Modified 1947 M-5 pick-up. Bored and balanced 472 Cadillac with Edelbrock performance aluminum

    intake with Edelbrock 750 CFM carb. GM turbo 400 three speed automatic with Ford 9" rear. Power brakes, front disc, rear drum. Aerostar power rack and pinion front suspension. Vintage Air, power windows, tilt wheel, power 60/40 seat, digital gauges, AM/FM/CD, lighted vanity mirrors. Stainless heater, fuel and A/C hoses and class III tow package with auxiliary brake system. Also included is a spare 472 short block, machined, but disassembled. New rings and bearings, stock intake, two rebuilt Quadrajet carbs, fenders and other sheet metal and stock M-5 parts. Asking $25,000 for everything. Contact Fred Martin, 404-202-0920 or e-mail:

    [email protected] (12/2010)

    1950 Champion Business Coupe. Fully restored custom with 350 engine, 350 turbo trans., 3.73 rear. All new interior, new paint; too much to list. Located in Cartersville, Georgia. $25,000. Contact Henry Malin, 770.606.8785, or email: [email protected] (10/2010)

    1950 Land Cruiser. Automatic, needs restoration. $1,000. Contact Ray Phillips, Royston, GA. 706.245.6440, or email: [email protected] (10/2010)

    1952 Land Cruiser. Light gray, V-8/automatic. Overall fair condition; needs interior and paint work, has a little rust at front fender. $2,000. Contact Ray Phillips, Royston, GA. 706.245.6440, or email: [email protected] (10/2010)

    1953 Commander Starlight Coupe. Two-tone green, owned since 1989. Largely stock, except upgraded to 1957 brakes (new master cylinder, wheel cylinders, hoses and brake shoes), non-OEM seat upholstery and a few other details. Engine tuned, and it runs, shifts, drives smoothly. Some rust bubbles at front fender bottoms, but little or no rust to floors, frame, and trunk. Chrome pieces uniformly have small pitting, but appear to be excellent candidates for re-chroming. Still has original door and rear seat side panels, including the associated stainless trim. Asking $9,000. Contact Chuck Lampman as per the next ad. (11/2010)

    1953 Commander Coupe. Chevy engine and trans., Hawk dash, non-Stude front seats. Starts and runs, trans. shifts from 1st to 2nd, but not tested further. Professionally cleaned and coated gas tank. Needs radiator repair. Evidence of rust repair in front floor; fenders and rockers appear sound, may have been repaired. Both of these 1953 coupes are being sold for the family of our late chapter member John Brown. Asking $6,500; price is somewhat negotiable to North Georgia Chapter members until the car goes on eBay. More pictures can be viewed on the Studebaker Drivers Club - North Georgia website: http://www.studebakerclubs.com/NorthGeorgia/. Email Chuck Lampman at: [email protected] (11/2010)

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    1964 GT Hawk R-1. Fresh motor and transmission, .30 over with new pistons. New brakes, tires, stainless exhaust. R-3 manifold, P/S, P/D/B, automatic, air blows cold. $12,500 (includes $1,000 worth of extra parts). NOS Overdrive Trans. For pickups or other V-8’s with two-piece driveshaft. $850.

    For more information, please call Pete McCaffrey at 678.758.9772. (10/2010)

    Power Steering and Wheel Covers for sale. Hydraulic power steering with Saginaw steering gear; I believe this setup is appropriate for 56-58 Hawks. Also 30 full wheel covers for various models, in overall good condition. For more information, please call Enrique Hernandez, 770.645.1867 (10/2010)

    Studebaker Parts for sale. Both new and used; I can offer these for less than the out-of-town dealers. I also stock ZDDPlusTM oil additive to replace the zinc that older engines need, but which has been eliminated from modern motor oils. Contact Dan Miller, 770.932.1615; email: [email protected] (10/2010)

    1963 GT Hawk Located in Cartersville, Georgia. $18,000. For information, contact Henry Malin, 770.606.8785, or e-mail: [email protected] (10/2010)

    (New Listing) 1963 Avanti. I have an original 63 Avanti with 60K miles, and a custom leather interior. It is a good driver, but not a show car. The hog troughs are in good shape, as is the paint. The carpets have been damaged by rats and need replacing. I had it tuned up last year, and it runs like a scalded dog. Transmission is solid. Good bias tires. I have bought a Thunderbird and plan to sell the Avanti. I thought I would let club members know before I advertise it. $15,000. George Warren, Madison, Georgia. 706.342.9088 (11/2010)

    1935 Dictator Sedan Delivery (Panel Truck). Work in progress at this time, should be completed by 3/31/2010. Converted a 1935 Dictator sedan to a sedan delivery. Chrysler 318 V8 power with 904 automatic trans. Gold/Green pearl/metalflake paint, leather interior. Machine-turned dash with Dolphin gauges. A/C, P/S, P/B, Mustang II front end, Cadillac posi rear end. Custom wheels/tires. Unique street rod. $38,500.

    1937 Coupe Express. Barn find, very solid with surface rust. Truck came out of west Texas. Complete with all original engine and running gear. Original panel. Only piece missing is the tailgate. $12,500.

    1937 Coupe Express. RestoRod. Solid truck; it is my daily driver. 350 Corvette engine, 700R4 trans, posi rear end. Mustang IFS. No body modifications; looks stock. Not a show truck, just a great driver that could be turned into a real show winner. $29,000.

    (3) 1937 Dictator Sedans. Would like to sell all as a package, or I will sell 1937 parts. I have frames, engines, very good sheet metal, interiors, etc. Please call with what you need and I’ll send a picture and price.

    1958 Golden Hawk project. Rough, but is complete with a supercharged 289 and Flightomatic trans. Includes a 1957 Golden Hawk parts car and a ton of Hawk parts including doors, fenders, interiors, stainless trim, hoods, deck lids, etc. It will take a semi to get both cars and all the parts. $10,000 for the whole package.

    289 Engine. Mfg. 2/63 as a 259 Jet Thrust. Rebuilt by Tommy Goza using as many NOS parts as possible. Changed to a 289. Pistons and rings are .10 over; everything else is standard including all bearings. Hardened valves and seats to run on unleaded pump gas. Call for full specifications. Ready to drop in and run. $4,900.

    289 Engine pulled from a running car. It was a supercharged engine but the supercharger is not included. It has the Bendix WW series carb. It was running just fine but I have not broken it down to determine the internals. $600.

    Please call Steve Detch: 770.516.5434 or 678.481.4492. You may also email to [email protected] I do have pictures and will email them to you on request. Offers and trades will be considered. (10/2010)

  • STUDEBAKER MEDIA

    This is a 99 page book based on the articles of the same name that appeared in Turning Wheels in the early 1990s and which won the SDC's Churchill Award for Best Article, Non-Paid. The book contains all the material from the original series, which ran for a year and a half in The Hillholder, and not only replaces some material edited out for the TW series, but has updates and several new items that were written after the TW series was published.

    "Some Thoughts" is aimed at the first-time restorer, but will be of value to the more experienced; it doesn't try to be a "how to restore a car book", but gives you a look at the decision-making processes, tools, spaces and basic skills you'll need to do a restoration, and will provide a framework to help you structure your project.

    There are several chapters of Studebaker-specific advice. In the chapter devoted to engine rebuilding, I've tried to describe a step-by-step process that anybody can follow, and I’ve tried to include tips I've picked

    up in building 60+ engines. I've received many compliments on the engine chapter, and I'm glad to finally be able to get it in print.

    Some Thoughts on Restoring a Studebaker is available for $22.50 USD, plus $4 for handling and postage, for a total of $26.50 to US addresses. Canadian orders add $6.50 USD for postage, total $29.00 USD. To order a second book in the same order, add an additional $3 ($4 USD for Canadian orders). For Australia and Europe, shipping is $12, total $34.50 USD paid by PayPal only.

    The easiest way to purchase (and the only way if you are in Australia or Europe) is to PayPal the appropriate amount to me at

    , and mention Some Thoughts in the remarks section. Otherwise, if you live in the US or Canada, send your name, mailing address and a check or USPS money order for $26.50 ($29.00 USD bank draft for Canadian buyers) to:

    Chuck Lampman 4141 Lynette Ct. Kennesaw, GA. 30144-2293

    If mailing payment, please email me to notify me that the check is coming so I can set one aside for you, or get some more printed. (I try not to keep too big an inventory because they are expensive to stock.) (10/2010)

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    Chris, I was riding around Baton Rouge 7/18/10 when I came across a cruising Studebaker. Pictured are SDC member Kevin Harris and his 1955 Commander. Kevin also owns a 50’s Packard.

    Thomas Odom

    Studebaker 259 Engine. Serial V555133, which the book says came from an early 1962 car. It comes complete with heads, manifolds, etc. $75.

    Free to a good home: Home-built trailer hitch for Lark-type Studebakers.

    I travel for a living, so I am only home Noon until 6 PM on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, and all day on Tuesday; please call only during these hours. Jim Fisher, 770.928.7841. (10/2010)

    1951 Champion Engine. Restored with show-quality level of detail. Some customization with chromed parts and fasteners. This is a drop-in fit for later years as well. $3,000. Champion Engine. 6 cylinder flathead, full block, new in crate. $1,500.

    Various other parts for sale as well. Please call Tom Elliott at 770.460.1727 with questions. (10/2010)

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    President: Dan Miller 770.932.1615; [email protected]

    Vice President: Tom Elliott 770.460.1727; [email protected]

    Webmaster: Chuck Lampman 770.926.7142; [email protected]

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