Chuck Goering's 1953 Studebaker

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Chuck's Studebaker at an indoor car show circa 1962. Photo from the Chuck Noble Photo Collection.
The old custom as it sat when it was found in 2006. Photo from the HAMB.
Photo from the HAMB.
Photo from the HAMB.
A photo of the restored version of the Studebaker.

1953 Studebaker owned and restyled by Chuck Goering. The front and rear of the Studebaker were extended 8 inches, before the car received canted quad headlights. The top was also chopped, and it was powered by a Pontiac engine.


In 2006 the old custom was found in a barn in Michigan.[1]


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