1950 Studebaker

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Carl Szembrot's 1950 Studebaker convertible of Albany, New York was restyled by R. K. Body Works around 1951-1952. The rear end of the car was inspired by the 1951 Gm LeSabre concept car.


1950 Studebaker Customs

Carl Szembrot's 1950 Studebaker Convertible

Cars Using 1950 Studebaker Parts

Front Fenders:
Clarence Schaaf's 1937 Cord Special


Front Bumper
Gil Ayala's 1940 Mercury


Front Bumper Guards
Gil Ayala's 1940 Mercury
Mitch Nagao's 1957 Ford Thunderbird - The Xtura


Taillight Lences
Jerry Reichman's 1950 Mercury 4-door


Parking Lights
Chuck DeWitt's 1950 Ford


Rear Window
Ralph Lysell's Rally



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