Wolfram Girls - Loving the Studebaker by styletxOpen full image in new tab
rajib 10:10AM | Thu, 25 April 2019
Lovely series with this classic :) ! Good to see them taking care of the car ! Splendid !
styletx 5:35PM | Thu, 25 April 2019
In 1974, I drove from Chicago to Indiana with the expectation of buying a 1955 Studebaker Golden Hawk for $500. Sadly, it was sold when I got there. I find this model just as beautiful; worthy of great care.
Kordouane 10:16AM | Thu, 25 April 2019
Indeed, a magnificent series, and admires the care they give to this beautiful car
styletx 5:38PM | Thu, 25 April 2019
Thank you. When a vehicle is a true classic, it is worthy of extreme care.
zaqxsw Online Now! 11:53AM | Thu, 25 April 2019
Beautiful girls just can't keep their hand off the stud(ebaker)!
Radar_rad-dude 2:26PM | Thu, 25 April 2019
Now I see why the Stude is so very beautiful and shiny! She has great looking and loving caretakers! Fantastic image!
styletx 4:37PM | Thu, 25 April 2019
Thanks! The virtual era for the render is about 1967. Meaning the car would be about 14 years old; very affordable for frugal lower earners. Effort and love would achieve a vehicle desired by anyone.
Richardphotos Online Now! 7:36PM | Thu, 25 April 2019
sure brings back memories of a 53 Studebaker Commander I had in California, but sad to say there were no beautiful ladies like these darlings
styletx 11:44PM | Thu, 25 April 2019
I was always surprised about the similarity of the Packard Hawk and the Commander. The companies didn't merge until 1957.
Maxidyne 1:41PM | Fri, 26 April 2019
My car needs a clean too. Cool image with Alain's great model. A fav.
RodS 9:15PM | Fri, 26 April 2019
First time I've ever envied a Studebaker... All three of them look great!