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Old 02-13-2013, 06:47 PM
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1934 Presidental Regal ..

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'34 Studebaker President Land Cruiser ??
That's what it is. Tell us why it couldn't be a 1934 Studebaker Commander Land Cruiser.

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Cause you said it wasn"t ..LOL
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1934 Presidental Regal ..
A 1934 Studebaker Presidential Regal has only two rear windows.

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OK Joe I'll quit picking on you. Here is the reason why.

Production Land Cruisers began to appear in dealer showrooms in the fall of 1933 as 1934 models. The Land Cruiser was designated as a body style, and classified in the President model range (C Series) for the year. It retailed for $1,510.
The body style was shared between the President and Commander series for 1936.

This car is owned by Nicola Bulgari of Bulgari Jewelry. One of three left . The other two are street rods.

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A 1934 Studebaker Presidential Regal has only two rear windows.

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This is where i got my info . dont make it right though.
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:15 PM
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OK Joe I'll quit picking on you. Here is the reason why.

Production Land Cruisers began to appear in dealer showrooms in the fall of 1933 as 1934 models. The Land Cruiser was designated as a body style, and classified in the President model range (C Series) for the year. It retailed for $1,510.
The body style was shared between the President and Commander series for 1936.

This car is owned by Nicola Bulgari of Bulgari Jewelry. One of three left . The other two are street rods.

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That was a great question, BB.

I probably went through the entire LeMay Museum website trying to answer your question. Looks like a cool collection. Next time I'm through Tacoma, I'm going to stop and check it out.

Here's my question:

Most Ford parts are branded with a Ford logo. What year did Ford switch from this...


to this?
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I am going to take a shot in the dark, I am trying to remember when did that newer logo or even the newer one FORD oval show up, I am thinking model A but I can't even place it there. So I am thinking just a shot, 1928.

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Nope, not 1928....much later than A's or B's. They were making F's when the FoMoCo Oval first appeared.
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If Ford was making F models when they introduced the Blue Oval then it had to be around 1905 or so.

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Ford introduced the Oval in 1928 in white oval and mid season changed to Blue oval Exact date not known,updated in 1928 again in 1961 and last update un 2003 .dont know if this what you are looking for.

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Just read 3 # official Ford sites .None of them agre about the Ford logo ,so i will retract my last post.
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If Ford was making F models when they introduced the Blue Oval then it had to be around 1905 or so.

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I was referring to the other F Model..the one they still make today..I was being a bit cryptic because it was only the first hint.
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Ford introduced the Oval in 1928 in white oval and mid season changed to Blue oval Exact date not known,updated in 1928 again in 1961 and last update un 2003 .dont know if this what you are looking for.
I'm referring to the FoMoCo oval logo that is printed/stamped on the vehicle's parts, not the Ford blue oval.

Maybe I'll make this a whole lot easier to guess...It was post WWII, but pre-12 volt.

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