From Vintage Studebaker
Reflections of Clouds
The clouds broke for just a little while to show a little blue sky.
Custom Door Handle
Awesome custom door handle and melted arm rest.
Just a cool shadow from the grass.
Studebaker steering wheel.
Briggs and Stratton?
So obviously someone replaced the ignition switch at some point.
Nylon bias ply tires are about to separate.
When I got this truck, the square tires wouldn't roll, so I had to put some new ones on the back.
When you notice that there's a face on your rim.
These bias ply tires have seen alot of use.
Art Deco S
Designs of the times. 1949.
What an awesome hood ornament. There's nothing like this these days on new cars.
Who knows what those are for?
I love the design of the old gauges. I doubt this truck ever saw that top speed though. Lol.
Cool name for the heater, defroster, and vent.
Studebaker flathead 6. Man I love the sound of these!
There's not a straight part on it, but it doesn't give up.
Rusty Flathead 6
New and old parts together make this old guy run.
Made In USA
Whats left of the tow truck winch.
The vacuum motor for the windshield wipers.
Lots of stuff growing on here.
It used to be a tow truck like To-Mater. I call it Po-Tater.
This 1949 Studebaker does run, but is staying right there for winter it looks like.
From Camas Prairie Winter
My 1969 Dodge Powerwagon is buried under a lot of snow, but I have no doubt that it would pull right out of it. It has a 383 and sounds so good.