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28-07-2015 23:35
hunter sparagna ( usa )
hey ive been looking for an emergency brake cable for my 53 studebaker 2r-c2 where can i find one?
28-07-2015 23:34
hunter sparagna ( usa )
hey ive been looking for an emergency brake cable for my 53 studebaker 2r-c2 where can i find one?
25-07-2015 18:31
Gary Horst ( USA )
I have a 1954 studebaker truck. I am looking for the hood side emblems.Can any one help me? Also looking for the front hood emblem.
13-03-2015 17:07
Wes Cray ( USA )
I attended the 2015 swap meet and STF Dinner in York Pa. As a guest of Brian Dahl. I have to say, this is a great bunch of guys & gals. My wife Dottie and I would like to thank both Brian and the STF for their hospitality and a great weekend at York. Who knows, maybe next year I'll have a Studebaker Truck.
10-09-2014 23:29
gary ( us )
to my knowledge, there was no official placement for radios in the early 2R5 trucks. Mine is a 52 and someone literally chopped a hole in the right side of the dash. I was given a box of radio parts for it a few years back. It contained a radio with some type of internal antenna, a head unit, receiver unit and a mile of wiring and plugs. It was a Motorola/Studebaker unit and clearly was not designated for the truck. Unfortunately, I traded it to someone 2 years ago out at the York meet. My truck originally came from the U.S. Agriculture Dept. Forestry Service up in N.W. Montana and was a base model. Weren't they all? I do have the old RCA 2 way radio and whip antenna that was used back then, while in service.
10-09-2014 02:22
Allen Greenlee ( United States )
I have a '49 2R5 that I want to do a stock restoration on. Can anyone tell me what the correct radio is. Any pictures of the radio installed?
05-09-2014 10:48
Brian Dahl ( USA )
A moment here to thank Frank Borowec, Site Administrator for the Studebaker Truck Farmers. Without Frank's diligent assistance, this site would not be here.
CONGRADULATIONS and THANK YOU for all you do!
18-05-2014 05:03
John ( USA )
Wondering around the Internet. Found this site seems quite nice. Been a SDC member since mid 70s, proud owner of 5E6(restored) and an 8E40(restored)and many Studebaker cars.
03-05-2014 02:09
Cassandra Robinson ( New Zealand )
Excellent web site! We are from New Zealand where we drive on the other side of the road... We have a low milage 1947 M16 currently being restored. Fully stripped down & primed ready for the next steps. No rust spots at all in our 67 year old, a credit to the Studebaker Marque!!!
01-04-2014 01:35
Zane Butcher ( Ohio USA )
I have a 1955 E7 with the 224 V8 and 3-speed transmission with overdrive. I enjoy tinkering on it and taking it to local cruise-ins.