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1954 Studebaker Conestoga

Posted by nickwilson (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 29, 07 at 11:24

Just wanted to add a link to my webshots page.
http://community.webshots.com/album/178154103cENfyB
It contains pictures of my Classic cars.
I have the privledge of owning a 1954 Studebaker Conestoga and a 1973 Pontiac Grand Am.
Hope you will take a moment to look.
Thanks


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RE: 1954 Studebaker Conestoga

Studebaker Conestoga:

Wasn't that a horse drawn wagon that was favored by pioneers crossing the great North American west because the wagon box was designed to float, thus the owner could float his wagon across a stream by rope and horses stationed on the opposite shore?


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RE: 1954 Studebaker Conestoga

Studebaker did indeed make covered wagons in the 19th century. And they had a reputation as an excellent manufacturer.
But they did not make the Conestoga wagon. That was made in the Conestoga Valley in Pennsylvania near Lancaster. Hence the name.


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RE: 1954 Studebaker Conestoga

Oh, I'm drooling. My first car (bought in '68 for $86) was a 1960 Studebaker Lark. White, red interior. That little car was a tank--I have such fond memories of flying down the back roads to get to college in it.

LOVE Studebakers.


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RE: 1954 Studebaker Conestoga

Good job! Thanks for keeping a couple pieces of the past alive.


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RE: 1954 Studebaker Conestoga

The "Silver Lady" what an appropriate name. Quite a beautiful ride.
The Grand Am is pretty cool also.


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