Wheels: 'Even when I go to a Studebaker show, this car gets attention'
There are 2 comments on the The Gloucester County Times story from Sep 30, 2012, titled Wheels: 'Even when I go to a Studebaker show, this car gets attention'. In it, The Gloucester County Times reports that:
Tony Lombardi, then President of the South Jersey Studebaker Club, was doing what all club presidents do: calling the inactive members in hopes of getting them back.
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#1 Oct 1, 2012
WHAT THE FREAK..IS A STUDEBAKER? Must be alot of retirees that are Classic car buffs..Hmmm..am sure there are alot of young adults living in town..WHERE THE FREAK are their interest events?
#2 Oct 1, 2012
As I am sure you know, Studebaker was an auto manufacturer that quite manufacturing, I believe in the late 50s early 60s. Since the back and front were pretty much the same the old joke was, that you couldnt tell if it was coming or going.
Most people associate them only with cars, but they also made pick-up trucks and even some fire trucks.
In 1830, John Clement Studebaker build a wagon shop in Tyron Township, Adams County. In 1835 he move west to Indiana, and continued manufacturing wagons. This later Became Studebaker Corporation.
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