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A Reprint from Veteran Motor Car Club of America

Newsletter of The Veteran Motor Car Club of America

July, 2013

The Touring Chronicle


 Studebakers, Lots and Lots of Studebakers  

We find interesting cars in the strangest places. Our local club, the Northern Colorado Chapter, recently took a tour to Nunn, Colorado, a tiny town on the eastern plains with a population of  425 people, no paved streets, and not a single traffic light. There, in several buildings, we saw a collection of dozens of Studebakers, and even more impressive, a huge inventory of oem interior fabrics and other restoration needs, primarily for early 1960's Studebakers.

Just to make it interesting they also have a few Packards and Airstream trailers. The heart of the collection and inventory is in what was the original Ford dealership building in the 1920's.


 If any of you Studebaker Guys need parts or information contact Gary Talbert HERE

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