STUDEBAKER CAR CLUBS

INNOVATIVE, DIFFERENT, AND ALWAYS ENGAGING STUDEBAKERS HAVE A LOYAL BAND OF OWNERS

With the last model rolling off the line in 1966, there are now very few Studebakers being used as daily club members today are passionate about restoration of their vehicles.

There are still many original and repro parts available. However many cars are modified as members apply their own style and creativity to the marque.

Our club is now 50 years old and going strong with approximately 400 members Australia wide.

We are lucky to still have a number of those original members from 1967 active in the club today, as their knowledge and experience of Studebaker canít be sourced from a text book or the internet.

All Studebaker enthusiasts are encouraged to contact the club, participate in social events and display days or simply to access the clubís technical library and pick the brains of those older guys who were the foundation of the club.

We would love to hear from anyone who is interested in Studebaker.

Online contacts

Vic: studebakercarclub.net;

NSW: studebakercarclubnsw.com;

Qld: studebakerqld.org.au;

SA: studebaker.org.au;

WA: veterancarclubofwa.asn.au/studebaker.

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Studebaker Car Club of Australia; Studebaker Car Club of Newcastle.

Club info:

Contact: Richard Salter (Vic)

Web: studebakercarclub.net

ABANDONISTAS

MAKE AN OFFER Somewhere in the desert again, this time an abandoned Valiant ute that has been there so long even the rust is rusting. It rolled before it endoed, before it compacted, before it was ratted. So I guess no-one made an offer.

Barry Ashenhurst