- Hero image and all other photos, text and errors by: Chris Breeden

Last weekend, while I was at the 2018 Cruisin' The Hollow show in Lynchburg, Tennessee, I was surprised to find out that the Middle Tennessee Studebaker Association was also having a small get-together at the show. They probably had about 15 cars together at one time. That's a lot of Studebakers in one place!

A great looking convertible Lark.

A great looking convertible Lark.

This is the only Gran Turismo Hawk I have ever seen in person and they are truly amazing cars.

A interesting Studebaker Avanti.

Red and chrome.

This little truck was absolutely perfect.

A Street Rod '32 Coupe.

What a wild car!

What a wild car!

Studebaker made some of the most easily recognizable cars of the 1950s and 1960s. Known for their dependability, these cars were the everyday common transportation of the day. Looking at one can easily transport you to a different time. This has to be the most examples I have ever seen in one place and at the same time.

What do you all think of these special autos? Let us know in the COMMENTS below!

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Art by: Chris Breeden

Art by: Chris Breeden

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