Studebaker Drivers Club, Northwest Chapter
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This page duplicates advertising from the most recent bi-monthly SDC-NW newsletter.
To place an ad contact Jennifer Arnold.

For Sale. 1955 President.

4-door, no rust, front end rebuilt, disc brake conversion in front. Interior has been replaced. Has original engine, has 14,795 miles on odometer. 3 speed with overdrive. New brakes in rear, resealed engine in 2001. Only driven @ 4,500 miles since car was reworked to its present condition. Has been to the Sacramento meet in 2003. Needs a good paint job to be a real looker!!! We are moving to the east coast, need to sell, looking to get $7,500. Contact Steve Ollison at 503-504-9287. This car will be at the Pacific Can-Am meet at Spirit Mountain in September. See you there!


1948 Land Cruiser.

Rebuilt motor, runs good, needs to have its windows put back in (but all of the glass comes with the car). $2,500, located in St. Helens, Oregon. If interested, contact Bill Quinn at 971-203-1516 or

1961 Lark 2 door Hardtop

259" V-8, automatic, power steering, air conditioning.  (Air needs recharge.) I have owned this car for 20 years and it is a very good driving car.  Has had a complete brake job and dual exhaust installed.  Recent work: new timing gear, new engine/transmission mounts, block flushed, and radiator cleaned by Mac's.  Very good correct dash pad, seat upholstery, and carpet.  Bumpers and other chrome very good, but the paint job is not so good. $5,000. Contact Jerry Blount 503-658-6914 or 503-799-9317

1957 4dr Studebaker President project or part car for sale. $1,200 OBO.

The car is all original & the owner will also throw in almost everything from a 2dr commander with the purchase of this car. The car is located in Vancouver, Washington and it has a good title.  If interested, contact Chris at 360-723-6145 or


1963 Gran Turismo for sale -- $100 – please rescue!

Contact Jim Schwartz at 503-641-6320 or He would like the car to go to someone who will restore it. Lots of rust, all correctable. The car is located in Beaverton, Oregon. If interested, please contact Jim.


For sale. 1950 Studebaker Champion bullet nose.

It needs everything, but we have most of the parts trim and engine and whatnot. Selling because we do not want a project this big. Would like 900 bucks or best offer. 503-510-4391. A check is best for payment.

1954 Studebaker Champion Wagon.  $1500.

 Clear title.  We have the whole car, except motor and transmission.  It has low level rust damage; but we have the new floor pans, the doors are being repaired, and the dash and back tailgate and lift window have been dipped.  The body parts are straight and we have all moldings and bumpers. Contact Kerri Smith at 971-285-1879 or
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1959 Silver Hawk:

350 Chevy engine, 700 R4 transmission, 9” rear end with 2.75:1 gears.  Built by the late Ed Holbrook for highway cruising.  Gold in color. Contact Craig Holbrook 503-752-1141.

1961 Lark Cruiser parts:

Parting out 1961 Lark Cruiser. All major pieces intact, most minor pieces available. Please contact me with your wants. Highlights: 289 V8 engine (serial number P75 323), automatic transmission, windshield in good shape, rear door windows in okay shape, and fenders and rear quarters in fair condition, only a few bubbles in the front fenders. Contact Paul Work at

1964 Cruiser 4DR

Well-equipped with Powershift AT, factory air, Moonlight Silver with black vinyl bucket seat interior. 289 engine needs rebuild and body needs paint and restoration. Look at the car and make an offer. Contact Wayne Limbaugh 503-314-2583 or email:

1961 Lark Regal Convertible $4,500.

Contact Joe Millward 503-209-8414 or
I recently installed a good-running 259 full-flow V8 that was very clean inside. New motor and transmission mounts. Rebuilt distributor rebuilt 2bl Stromberg carb. Resurfaced flywheel with a new clutch and pressure plate installed with the engine is a new 3sp OD transmission with -0- miles (rebuilt by Charles Tubens). New u-joints installed.
NEW parts included with Lark Regal: Front and rear bumpers; new-in-box complete factory dual exhaust with mufflers, clamps and hangers; shocks all the way around; rebuild kit for the electric/hydraulic motor for the convertible top; tune up parts (points, cap, wires and condenser); all new brake parts (rear brakes installed); four brand new radial tires (-0- miles); new ignition switch; and new stainless/chrome body trim pieces.
Used parts include with Lark Regal: a nice hood and trunk lid.

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milward 2 This Lark Regal could be made a driver very easily in a couple of afternoons.
A fun car to have this summer!  Can also make an offer for BOTH this Lark & the 65 Commander in the ad below.

Lark Daytona for sale

2-door hard top, original 289 V8, power brakes, all original, matching #s, has clear and clean title, no restoration. $15,000. Contact Cher in North Bonneville, WA if interested at 360-907-7892.


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Turning Wheels Magazines – Set of Back Issues from 1983 to 1994 for sale:

113 issues total. 1984-April of 1992 are complete with the exception of January 1985. Nothing from 1993 and May-December 1983 and May-October 1994. Entire set $150. Contact Tucker Haywood at 503-706-7245 or

Turning Wheels Magazines – from 1980s through 90s for sale:

93 magazines in total from the 80s and 90s (not consecutive, some months missing). Will sell for 50 cents per magazine, if buy the entire lot. Contact Sanford Burke at 253-380-3295

Turning Wheels Magazines – tons of issues.

All for free. Contact John Bernhardt at (503) 397-2308, if interested.


Parts wanted. I am looking for parts to rebuild a 1939 Coupe Express.  Anyone who has a Commander 6 engine or engine parts, transmission, Borg Warner Overdrive, Houdaille shocks,trim or chrome, misc parts of any kind, etc, please let me know.  I am especially interested in upgrading to a later 245 Commander engine.  My car does not have a heater or defroster so I need to put one in.  It does not matter if the heater or climatizer is 6 or 12 volts.  All suggestions welcome so feel free to give me, Al Kurzenhauser, a call at 989-370-4600 or email at


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