I suppose now is a good time to get out of the closet, too. My claims to
illigitimate membership in this group is my ancient racing history in a 3
and my current ownership of a semiretired TRgoddam 4A race car.
Interest in and ownership of other leaky rusty toys seems to be a current
topic. I have had a lifelong lust for Studebakers including the '58 Packard
Hawk. Take a look at the beak on that beast and you would logicaly
conclude it was styled by the same guy who did the 250. I can sure see
how some folks
consider these cars homely, but they seem distinctive and attractive to me.
Mosher's racer looks especially badass.
About a year ago I spent too much of a cold night under the car
Joe A. has brought to our attention. There is at least as much different as
similar to TR. It seems to me that the car was in all of its aspects
The suspension from TR, the engine from Chrysler, the styling from the
The 250 interior is very nice design btw. Rust worm loves all the goofy
that support the glass body. The owner has a magnigicent collection of
literature and manuals for the car. David Manners LTD of GB supplied me
w/ a catalog of spares for 250's.
I drive a TRgoddam7 ragtop as a daily beater. The race car
was supposed to replace it as daily driver, but rides so blasted hard that
am considering retaining the wedge. I have located a TR& w/ a 250 V8
installed that is for sale. It sounds like a marriage made in Hell, so I
art de armond
59 Stude Hawk
64 Stude p'up