Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Canby Cruise in Photos--Swell Studebakers

1963 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk
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1962 Studebaker Daytona
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1960 Studebaker Hawk

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1957 Studebaker Silver Hawk
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1953 Studebaker Commander V8
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1952 Studebaker Commander
How about this color-coordinated-street-level accessory? The person in the shades of lavender and purple. Perfect.
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Sign on the 1952 Studebaker
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1950 Studebaker Lark
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1946 Studebaker
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Anyone know the year? Studebaker Commander
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Anyone know the year? Studebaker Lark VIII
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Anyone know the year? Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk
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Anyone know the year? Studebaker
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Anyone know the year? Studebaker
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Anyone know the year? Studebaker
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8 comments:

Gresham Photo Blog said...

Thank you for your help with the Witch Hazel mystery ;)

WendyB said...

Love the "don't touch me" sticker.

Jackie said...

I love that sticker too!

I wouldn't dare drive any of these cars. They're far too long! And as for parking them ...!!!

Jackie
Glasgow and Sibiu DPs

brian said...

love these car pics! that closeup of 'air-conditioned by studebaker' - very cool!!

Anonymous said...

The year of your unknown Studebaker is 1957 and it is a Golden Hawk. This year and model are the most famous of all the Hawks.

Lynette said...

Thanks for the information!

James said...

Wow.. you have all the top car collection. I like the color of the all car.

Senior Moments said...

The Lark shown from the rear appears to be 1959, incorrectly dated in front view as 1950. The gold tone Commander is most likely 1964, close to the end. Next year moved to Canada and used Chevrolet engines, if I remember correctly. I love that 1952 Starlight coupe, great interior.