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    I couldn't find my picture of the Model A Huckster loaded with fruit, so I had to use this Studebaker pickup from about 1950.

    Studebaker Pickup and Veggies.jpg

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    Nice pic Tom

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    • #3
      Beautiful and look at all the work it took to do that ! Tom, did Studebaker trucks ride like an International back then ? Looks like they still have some leave springs to go. Happy Thanksgiving to you and also to everyone here on VFF. pAAt
      Model A's and of course the famous AA's

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      • BILL WILLIAMSON
        BILL WILLIAMSON commented
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        "Maybe" the Studebaker Truck has NO SPRINGS, like the Studebaker WAGONS?????
        Bill Bounce

      • pAAt
        pAAt commented
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        Bill, sounds like you enjoy some time in the back of a Studewagon ? Pat's curious ;)

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      Originally posted by pAAt View Post
      Beautiful and look at all the work it took to do that ! Tom, did Studebaker trucks ride like an International back then ? Looks like they still have some leave springs to go. Happy Thanksgiving to you and also to everyone here on VFF. pAAt
      Back in 1977 when I worked at a Dodge/Pontiac dealership, we got a mint 1967 IH pickup traded in, and I could have bought it for $700. I was tempted, but didn't, and the guy that bought it had it all beat up within 6 months. Pretty sad to see that happen to nice survivor vehicles. I have some 1946 through 1952 Studebaker pickups, but have never driven them. I guess it's time to sell them.

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