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Old 09-01-2003, 04:47 PM
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boneyard pics & I WANT THEM ALLLLL!!!!!!!!

boneyard pics ~~~~~~~~~~~~> http://community.webshots.com/user/toomany2count
hope this works. This is the bone yard we went to when we bought the kid his studebaker, just thought I'd share some pics w/all of you.........enjoy,joe

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That studebaker wagon is really cool ( I guess I'm a little prejudice though)
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Old 09-01-2003, 05:48 PM
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I bet you had a real fun day looking through all that stuff.

Did you find yourself sort of hiding anything or placing it out of the weather for future visits?
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Old 09-01-2003, 06:11 PM
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Ahhh...now i see why you've been hanging around the S10 boards
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When I first got out of High School (1971) I worked for a guy who used to be a Studebaker Dealer. We had a place in Indiana where we could still buy parts, grills, tail lights and ring gears for flywheels mainly. These old folks would come in driving one of these things, beat to hell, and wouldn't mind spending their last dollar to keep the 'ol Stude running.
I was surprised at all the great stuff that Studebaker offered, Superchargers, Posi Rears, 2-4's, 4 speeds, guess they were really the first muscle cars.
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I know everyone here is tired of me bragging on studebakers...but what you said about the first muscle car is right on. They first offered supercharged V-8s in 57. A few years ago at he Pure Stock Muscle Car Drags a 63 Stude Lark R-3 won it. Of course it was supercharged but any 304 cubic inch motor that can break into the 12s straight off the show room floor and smoke the 427 Yenko Camaros is a pretty darn good motor.
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Ahhh...now i see why you've been hanging around the S10 boards
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wished I could get more stuff, but I dont know, but good thing can & will come to thoses who wait .........joe
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where is that yard located? i would like to get my hands on a couple of those paddle cars.
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the yard is in sourthern missouri near Ironton, Mo. As for the pedal cars I think he wanted $200-$250 each for them. I can ask him cause I'll be going down there in the next week or so to give him more $$$$$$$$$$$$$ on the kids Studebaker....joe
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Ever been to a place called jims, old cars only,has a old gas pump out front, just out of Goodman?

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is that in Missouri?????????? & if so what parts.......joe
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South 71 out of joplen. Wide place in the road, then west 4 or 5 mi. Really a neat place to go, not grown up,has roads,like a park. You can pull your own stuff.

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Great pics, thanks for sharing them. What were the rest of his prices like? IE; the old 30's stuff?
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the yard is in sourthern missouri near Ironton, Mo. As for the pedal cars I think he wanted $200-$250 each for them. I can ask him cause I'll be going down there in the next week or so to give him more $$$$$$$$$$$$$ on the kids Studebaker....joe
Whoa.. I live just down the road from Ironton I'll have to go look at the pics again and see if any of its familiar.

The only place that i can think of that has stuff like that is between Ironton and Fredericktown on highway 72.

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The only place that i can think of that has stuff like that is between Ironton and Fredericktown on highway 72.

, hell I even thought about telling you I was coming through, but my "OLD TIMERS" kicked in & I forgot, hey still need them s10 inner fender wells???? cause I still have them & would drop them off if you want them on the next trip....joe
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