Pearla and Earl sure loathe each other.
I’d sure like to know how he keeps that 1950 Studebaker running.
It’s the thought that counts.
Some things will not change…Earl being one of them ! Opal next time leave Earl home….problem solved :-)
Earl not saying a word is the best thank-you of all.
Wow, a Studebaker
Is that a Studebaker?
Re the car: My grandfather had one. Kinda miss the Studebaker, the Golden Hawk was a bitchen ride, for it’s time.
I was trying to figure out which Studebaker they were driving, but it seems the rest of the commenters know – I wasn’t a big Stude fan, but I can appreciate a classic! ;-)
I LOVE the old Studebaker! About a 1949 +/- model.
My first car was a 1950 Studebaker Champion two-door with the wrap around rear windows. I got it in 1960 when I was 15.
is that a 1953 Studebaker Commander Earl is driving? I sure miss my 1959 Lark.
oops I meant a 1950…as a kid I imagined aiming with the hood ornament and pressing the cigarette lighter to launch the torpedo out of the nose of the hood. It seemed every male relative in the family used their WW2 discharge money to by a 1950 Studebaker…family was loyal to the brand until we could no longer get parts for the last Avanti.
Thank you Brian Crane – I now have my new good by saying for the evening hours – love it!!!!!!!!
Their car is an early-1950s Studebaker Commander (that front end is distinctive). Where is Earl getting the parts to keep it running? Studebaker went out of business over fifty years ago.
I love the ‘50 Studebaker; it’s right up there with Broomhilda’s ’56 Plymouth Fury.
Looks like they are driving a 50 or 51 Studebaker. Great car.
Great car. Enjoyed seeing it. Keep showing it occasionally. It was rare even then. Ahead of its time. Along with Hudson’s, Kaiser’s and Henry J’s, Nash’s and Packards.
He drives it only once a week.
Lovely artwork today.
I figure Earl is a prefered client for Studie parts here.. studebaker-intl.com
B.T.W., check out this ’47 Studie Champ LedSled.. dupontregistry.com/autos/listing/1947/studebaker/champion/1536365
my Great Aunt & Uncle had a baby blue Studebaker, loved going for rides in it with them, such a simpler, easy going childhood we had in the 50s, 60’s compared to kids now – sad what they miss out on
Maybe it is maintained by Fozie Bear.