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  • Gearhead Destination: The Studebaker National Museum

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/Gearhe...al-Museum.html

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    Re: Gearhead Destination: The Studebaker National Museum

    Brian, thanks for the Studebaker plug. The SNM is really a great museum. Of course I may be a bit biased by the marque, but it is a well done museum and as you indicated the archives are a great source of information for Studebaker folks. From copies of factory blueprints to build sheets you can find a lot of great stuff there, much of which can be ordered via mail. From wheelbarrows to wagons to cars and trucks it is all there.

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      Re: Gearhead Destination: The Studebaker National Museum

      JRoberts: are there any Packards in the collection and on display?

      I only ask because the father-in-law was a Packard man to the bitter end (of Packard that is, at 90 years old he's still going strong). It's the one car my wife would drive a thousand miles with me to see (and it helps too that its on the way to Chicago, her favourite city in America).
      Michael from Hampton Roads

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        Re: Gearhead Destination: The Studebaker National Museum

        My parents were through there last srping on their way back from Florida. They really enjoyed it, took a bunch of pics. Some very neat stuff on hand.


        cheers
        Ed N.
        Ed Nicholson - Caledon Ontario - a bit NW of Toronto
        07 Mustang GT with some stuff
        88 T-Bird Turbo Coupe 5-speed

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