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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.
25-03-2014 16:58
david fisher ( unitedstates )
i have a 1951 2r pickup. has transplanted 259 v8 engine. looks pretty good, but needs new paint. just drove 100 plus miles to the the first car show of the year.
16-01-2014 04:13
Eric Lee ( USA )
I have a 1949 Truck 3/4 ton, been barn kept for many years, and this spring I'm going to start a rebuild with my son n law here in East Texas.
07-01-2014 06:53
Bryan Rhodes ( USA -Panhandle of Texas )
My 14 year old son wanted an old truck to restore. We found a 48 m15a. I think this will be a great challenge and a whole lot of fun. The engine runs very strong. no leaks, Yeah!! Just alot of body work and interior. My son has already picked up on welding and grinding. Hurry up warm weather, the both of us are ready to get going.
09-12-2013 17:58
Keith ( USA )
I picked up my 1959 4E7 last month and currently starting a rebuild. This pickup has seen it's day and hope I will be able to bring it back to life. It appears to have been a real farm truck in it's day and has been sitting for quit some time outdoors. No toe or floor pans left on it and many other areas need repaired. I will see how the rebuild goes but am very excited to own this pickup. I would also be looking for a rear bumper.
28-10-2013 03:43
jeff skaggs ( ohio usa )
almost done with my 1948 m15a truck 95 preasnt orangel looks nice