Ronnie Fossen's 1954 Studebaker

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A photo of Ronnie's Studebaker that Jackie Beeson took in 1958. Ronnie worked at the post office behind her house when she was a teenager. Photo courtesy of Jackie Beeson.
Photo courtesy of Jackie Beeson.

1954 Studebaker Starlight Coupe owned by Ronnie Fossen of Compton, California. Ronnie's Studebaker was mildly restyled. The cross pieces in the grill were removed, and it was dressed up featuring subtle gold scallop looking flames, lake pipes and Oldsmobile Fiesta hubcaps. In 2016 Jackie Beeson told Kustomrama that Ronnie worked at the post office behind her house when she was a teenager; "Ronnie would sometimes park his car in front of my house. It was a cool looking Studebaker. Black with flames."[1]


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