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    That's something you don't see racing every day ! I think it's pretty cool. I was watching one of the short videos of the Goodwood Revival that the Ford Galaxies were racing in and one of the announcers made mention of the Studebaker that had dropped out of the race. I wonder if it was this car. Can't be too many of those on the racing circuit.

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    "...and now time for something completely different."

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    When you compare that to the big 3 cars at the time it was pretty aerodynamic in comparison. Then you had the Avanti.

    Makes me wonder what a modern Studebaker would look like if they had survived.

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