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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

1951 Studebaker under Restoration at Reynolds-Alberta Museum: Part Two


1951 Studebaker Champion at Reynolds-Alberta Museum
Photo by Kate Tompkins
As promised, here are more photos of the 1951 Studebaker Champion currently being restored at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum. First a shot of the hood, since it’s been painted, to give an idea of what the finished car will look like. Considering the way fashions continually recycle, I wonder why pastels have never come back for car paint colours?

And here are some shots of the body and chassis, mostly assembled.
 
1951 Studebaker Champion at Reynolds-Alberta Museum
Photo by Kate Tompkins
1951 Studebaker Champion at Reynolds-Alberta Museum
Photo by Kate Tompkins
1951 Studebaker Champion at Reynolds-Alberta Museum
Photo by Kate Tompkins













Hagerty’s offers a short history of the 1947-1952 Studebaker Champions. Yes, the 1951 is one of the famed bullet-nosed models. For more details on specs, check out How Stuff Works.

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