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    Something old found in the desert...

    I wonder if Mike Yeakel in Bellingham would be interested in it, as he owns some early 'David Dunbar' era Buicks. Craig
  2. He will lose points for the 'droopy' door handle! Craig
  3. Arguably, the Brighton Run in England is the highest proof of this, despite being held in November every year when its cold and wet. Craig
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    New 2019 Peugeot 504

    Yes, I did, along with Renaults at the time. Craig
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    New 2019 Peugeot 504

    They were (and probably still are) popular as taxis in Egypt. Craig
  6. I wonder how many of those 'younger ones' seen in the video got sent off to war two years later!! Craig
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    bad news for Nissan

    Excellent advice! Don't substitute Nissan CVT fluid with Hudsonite!! Craig
  8. Here is a 1917 National 12: http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.com/showthread.php?50448-Orphan-of-the-Day-04-14-1917-National Craig
  9. A 1909 Regal currently in the LeMay Museum in Tacoma.
  10. Now I seem to recall reading about a prominent oilman from that area who was very well off, and 'drove around in a Lozier' according to local newspapers and magazines that have written a history of drilling for oil in Alberta. The person and his company and where I actually read it escapes me right now, but I will keep my eyes open should I run across anymore historical reads about someone from over 100 years ago who 'drove around in a Lozier.' Craig
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    1966 VIP. What's it worth? Selling!

    Every time I see one of those Ranchero, Goldfinger comes to mind. To this day, I cannot figure out how the rear of it never lowered even an inch when the Lincoln Continental, which was crushed into a 2' X 2' X 2' cube when deposited into the box! Craig
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    1928 Hupmobile Century Eight Kellner Town Car

    Where does Studebaker enter into the topic? It's stated in the title of this thread, but no Studebakers bodied by Kellner are shown or mentioned in it. Craig
  13. More Loziers here: http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.com/showthread.php?53399-Orphan-of-the-Day-08-05-1910-Lozier&highlight=lozier and here: http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.com/showthread.php?65463-ID-this-car Craig
  14. That could have been solved it they got fined 10.5 billion for faulty ignition switches. Craig
  15. A big tax write-off! Craig