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    • CLASSIC!

        2 years ago
    • Oh,Dear,it just looks a bit uninspired!,unfortunately one for the Junkyard of history,Thank you so very much for the invite,I have a feeling this tribe,is going to be very popular,it’s great fun!,and very cool,Thank you,Natasha.😕😘XX

        2 years ago
      • No problem Erica. And I agree this one belongs in the junkyard 😂. I hope you shall also be posting in the tribe as well😀. Thanks for joining!!

          2 years ago
      • I shall be keeping my eyes peeled for any’worthy contenders’(Nissan Juke,I am currently looking at you,Lol!)your so very welcome.😃😉XX

          2 years ago
    • Well, certainly not junkyard.

        2 years ago
    • For me it is Junkyard😂😂

        2 years ago
    • For the 60's I thought it was great. A little awkward here and there, but it wasn't completely all new parts when it was released. Studebaker was known for repurposing existing parts to make new cars. That's pretty clever, cost-wise, when you think of it. They simply didn't have the finances for an all new car. Fiberglass was an excellent choice for a low volume car. It also had that sense of "exotic" to it.

      Consider that the design managed to survive four decades, various drivetrains and chassis, and the barrage of safety regulations and still be "an Avanti" gives the initial design longevity. Not many cars can claim that.

        1 year ago
      • Very interesting point of view.. I guess that unfortunately most people don't know all the history and facts behind the design language and reasoning, and compared to earlier cars it isn't a very pretty car. I've only seen two of them in...

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          1 year ago


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