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From album "Das Awkscht Fescht 2011", Macungie, PA 8/6/11 (Volume One) by CorvairJim
This 1955 Studebaker Commander is being raffled off by the local chapter of the national Studebaker club (Hence the license plate!)

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classictrendman’s Profile Photo
Sep 5, 2011 at 11:42 am
Always liked those Studebaker coupes but never had one!
MotorMouth’s Profile Photo
Sep 1, 2011 at 1:01 pm
Sweet Stude! I'm sending in an entry.
Maxicoop’s Profile Photo
Aug 29, 2011 at 5:25 pm
I'd have no trouble taking it...
CorvairJim’s Profile Photo
Aug 13, 2011 at 1:00 am
Here's the information on this beautiful car, as stated on the club's advertisement for the raffle:

1955 Studebaker Speedster
PS, PB, PW, Heater, Radio, Automatic, 259 c.i. V-8, Wire Wheel Hub Caps. Only 2215 of this rare car were produced!

2nd Prize - $2,000

$10for each ticket ordered, only 4,000 tickets will be sold.

Go to to order tickets, or send a self-addressed, postage-paid envelope, home phone # and e-mail address along with a check payable to:
Keystone Region Chapter, Inc.
Send to:
Gordon Kertzel, Raffle Car Chairman
1970 Valley Green Rd.
Etters, PA 17319

Winning ticket will be drawnSaturday, March 3rd at 2:00 PM
Raffle Questions?? Call 717-938-5845 or 717-574-1529, e-mail

Car is raffled in as-is condition, winner responsible for all taxes, withholding tax, title fees, and transportation. See for full details.
Need not be present to win.
LowRanchero’s Profile Photo
Aug 12, 2011 at 2:58 pm
It would look very nice in my garage! I'm interested in a ticket. Could you send me the info? Looks like there were some nice vehicles there. Thanks.
CorvairJim’s Profile Photo
Aug 10, 2011 at 1:56 am
If anyone is interested, I have the contact information on the raffle. Send me a message and I'll get the info to you. As with the Crosley raffle earlier in this album, I didn't buy in on this one either. I don't have a garage to put the car in, and any antique car deserves to be parked in a garage. I still regret not having been able to keep my old '66 Corvair inside out of the weather.

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