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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.
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.