Studebaker


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Stu·de·ba·ker

 (sto͞o′də-bā′kər, styo͞o′-), Clement 1831-1901.
American manufacturer who founded a family business (1852) that became the world's largest maker of horse-drawn vehicles and later produced automobiles.

Studebaker

Originally a wagon manufacturer, but in the 1920s started making automobiles. The last Studebaker built in the U.S. (South Bend, IN) was in 1964.
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A Taste of Cowboy: Ranch Recipes and Tales from the Trail is chuck wagon cooking at its best, and originates from an author who grew up ranching and began cooking for cattle ranchers in 1993 from his 1876 Studebaker chuck wagon.
The manager promised a versatile & vast roster of vintage steams including 1970 Boss 302 Cougar Eliminator, 1966 Ford Mustang GT, 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk, 1970 Olds Cutlass "S" Convertible, 1969 Plymouth Fury, 1952 Olds Super 88, 1957 Olds Super 88, 1963 Studebaker GT Hawk and so on.
The first clue that this isn't your ordinary repair shop is the lime green 1954 Studebaker station wagon with Florida license plates sitting outside next to an overhead door.
Scissura at the opening of the former Studebaker Service Station, re-named 1000 Dean Street following a $30 million gut renovation designed by Sell-dorf Architects.
Studebaker, a Pentecostal Christian, believes he should not be satisfied to leave his personal experience of the Spirit and that of his fellow Pentecostals something to be quiet about but something to theologize about.
are still having a discussion that would call for the city to lease the unit back to the company for no less than $100,000 per year over five years and the fund would arrive from city's Airport Tax Increment Finance Area, which includes South Bend Regional Airport and the Studebaker corridor.
After an evening of celebration inside the mansion, they departed in a lime green 1953 Studebaker.
Though certainly not the only example of financial abuse as it concerns employee benefit plans, the Studebaker debacle was high-profile enough to put the cause of pension reform on the national agenda.
He is a member of the Studebaker Club and the Early Ford V-8 Club.
The Unit Team Award was given to the extension's Arkansas Row Crop blog team, whose members include Tom Barber, Jeremy Ross, Jason Kelley, Leo Espinoza, Bob Scott, Nathan Slaton, Kevin Lawson, Chris Grimes, Steve Kelley, Blake McClelland, Ralph Mazzanti, Gus Lorenz, Glenn Studebaker, Terry Kirkpatrick, Kim Rowe, Scott Stiles, Bob Stark and Mary Hightower.
On land where once Studebaker automobiles were made, Data Realty will manage and analyze data to help businesses succeed in a competitive global environment," Mayor Luecke said.
During World War II the Soviet Union received many military vehicles from the United States under Lend-Lease, and since the first Jeeps received were from Studebaker and bore that name, Studebaker soon became the commonly used Russian word for truck.