12/5/04 Just starting up our guest book again
Had to end the last one due to spam and indecent material.
Please share all your Stude wants Here!
The Antique Studebaker Club was founded in 1971. The purpose of the Antique Studebaker Club is "to encourage and promote
the acquisition, restoration, and maintenance of all Antique Studebaker vehicles produced through the 1946 model year and
M-series trucks produced through the 1948 model year". Linked below on this page is the EXCELLENT Studebaker Drivers Club for post war Studebakers.
The cost to join for U.S. members/yr. is $25.00 3rd class mail .... $33.00 1st Class. Canada members pay $32.00, and all other countries pay $42.00. Send payment to:
Mark R. Wheeler
Antique Studebaker Club
c/o Cornerstone Registration, Ltd.
PO Box 1743
Maple Grove, MN 55311-6743
To place classified ads (pre 1948 only) in the A.S.C. Review please contact Richard T Quinn, .. the world class editor of the Antique Studebaker Review! Just click on the photo of Dick's WONDERFUL 1939 L-5 Pickup or his 41 Champ Cpe shown below here to email him ... You can also ask him about any relevant Antique Studebaker questions.
Please take a moment and sign our Studebaker Club GUEST BOOK ... Put your Stude for sale and wants stuff there too. And if you are a member of the ASC please help those with questions and encourage them to join our club. To reach all the ASC members please contact Dick Quinn to place an ad in the Studebaker Review .... cost is minimal.
..... Hopefully this site will whet your appetite to join this Great club for all it's up to date info and to receive the wonderful Antique Studebaker Review edited by my pal Richard Quinn! ... Also visit Rick Peterson's new ASC Web Site linked below! Has all the up to date info as to club meets, etc.
You will also notice as the years have worn on our photos have gotten larger and saved with higher file sizes ... this is because of DSL and even faster services available now days .... thus the unorganized look of different photo sizes ... Is impossible to go back and change our thousands of older photos.
2/19/06 = Finally some Undated photos with emails, some very good ones!
... Email me (Doc Hemp) your Stude photos with descriptions to place in room #3 .. Be sure to put ...Studebaker Photos... in the subject ... It may take me a while to get them posted ( ; > ) More info below with our email reading rooms 1 & 2.
My Pal Rex Miltenbergers newest ... 29 President Stude Touring ... Beautiful Car Rex!!!!
CLICK HERE For some more of Doc's favorite past ASC Color Covers
Many Great Photos on each page! Start the down load & go out & adjust your clutch .... when you get back it will be here for you to enjoy (grin)
In Memory of Darrell Dye - Click Here - By his good friend Richard Quinn - Darrell is shown with his 1931 Model 80R Four Seasons Roadster that he so dearly loved. Darrell was on our Great American Race team in 1984.
August Grasis's 1933 Studebaker Indy car #34 .... photo was compliments of Bob Dunsmore Photography, P.O. Box 80008 Mulnomah, OR 97280 ... taken on the 1000 mile "Colorado Grand" road rally. Studebaker was a major force at the Indy 500 from about 1928 - 35.
Al Ticknors 1927 Big Six President Model ES-7 passenger sedan
1931 President Four Season Roadster! Now owned by Charles Petty of Jasper, In,
1933 Commander 8 roadster, belongs to Mark Mcpeek. The site is 30 miles South of Coos Bay Oregon.
(Back Cover - Oct - 1996)
1932 Dictator 8 Regal Coupe, belongs to Roy Asbahr. Photo in his back yard in front of his shop.
1941 President State Land Cruiser. Owned by Don Armacost.
(Back Cover June 1995) The Old Hunt Special Studebaker! Seen leading a 1938 BMW & a Riley Brooklands! It was raced in the Indy 500 in 1931 & 32. In 31 it was leading, went through a fence & finished 18th! In 32 it finished 6th with an average speed of 110 mph!
1941 Champion Delux-tone coupe, a Studebaker promotional photo in late 1940.
1930 Model Fe Brougham owner Don Armacost,Jr. (back cover April 1995)
1934 Studebaker President Convertible Roadster Photo sent by owner Dick Osborne, Riverside CA. Dick has many beautiful Classic Cars
Don Dinsmore's 1930 FE President Sedan Click Photo
Yours Truly ... Doc Hemp with his 1930 Studebaker President "THEN!"
Doc Hemp with the Stude "NOW!" "What a Revoltin Sight!"
Click on Photo to view Hemmings Special Interest Autos Aritcle on this car
Rick Peterson's new ASC Web Site
For Up to Date ASC Info
I told Richard Quinn several years ago I didn't have time to keep our ASC website up to date all the time ... But will still leave it here for info and the archive stuff of almost 15 years on the net.
Please Visit Our CCCA - Classic Car Site ... Becky and I are the ones that Petitioned the CCCA board and got "Dandy" Our very own 1930 Studebaker President Roadster Accepted into the CCCA in the 1970's. That is what opened the door for all the others to follow. We have belonged to the CCCA ever since then too. Please visit our club here also.
CCCA Pacific Northwest Tour 2002
... Please join us for a day by day photo journal. Great Cars! Great People! And a Great Time! This is better than Pebble Beach, National CCCA & ASC meetings, stuffy car shows and award dinners all rolled into one! To us this is what car collecting is all about! Getting our antique cars out on the road with fantastic folks!
Go to the Pacific Zone SW June 1998 Meet These tours shown here are to give an example of what you will find as a member of the ASC ... All tours in text & photos are featured in the ASC Review that all members receive bi-monthly ... so, become a member to see it all!
NEW FEATURE ... PUT YOUR STUDEBAKER INFO, WANTS, AND FOR SALES INTO OUR NEW GUEST BOOK at several areas on this page ... This will take time to develop, but will be much easier for me than posting into the reading rooms. View Guest Book periodically for info and feed back to your own posts.
Since 1/01/06 ... But ... It fails and resets to 0 a lot. But we get several million total hits/yr. on everything as per search engines. I have recently put counters on only about 7 of our 500 + web site pages.