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12:00 pm Chapter Zoom Meeting for May @ Online meeting via Zoom
Chapter Zoom Meeting for May @ Online meeting via Zoom
May 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Keith Wahl will set up our March meeting and Michele will send the link out in email. To join the meeting, click on the link, or copy it and paste it into the address space[...]

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 Be sure to check out the calendar on the left side regularly for new events, sometimes including some by other car clubs or communities that you might find interesting!  NOTE that full details of each event are available just by double clicking on the summary text, or by going to the Upcoming Events Tab above.

See below for Cars For Sale.  Also, check out the “Links” tab for other chapters, parts suppliers, etc.

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Minutes from the Zoom Meeting on March 13th, 2021

Treasurer Report:  Mimi reported total assets currently at $10,620.55.

Old business:  Vendor reference listing:  Gene Nagle said that he would be working on moving the great Excel spreadsheet created by Arnold Cohen over to Google and reformatting it to reduce the volume of empty space.
 
Up coming events: 
       > La Palma meet on Sunday, May 30th will be the SW zone meet for the entire weekend. Our club is planning to help with the meet, including the raffle items, but no contact has been made by the other chapters about this.  Mimi volunteered to contact the BCOIE chapter about this.
      > The La Jolla concourse is at Viejas Casino  this year
      > 2021 SDC International Meet Sep 6-11 in Indianapolis
      > Good Guys Del Mar show is now October 1, 2 and 3 this year.
 
New Business:   >  Devin Kostrzewski of our chapter has been named the new Regional Manager for Southern Cal.  Gene will post all new officers on the chapter website.
 
Cool Classic car show:  Date is October 17, 2021.  Looks like we have enough volunteers to make this happen, though can ALWAYS use more.  We will again donate proceeds to Workshop for Warriors.  Keith will provide info on this group for our members.  [See right side of this page.]
 
>  We discussed going on a big event towards the end of the year that the club will pay for.  
The two places we discussed are: The Reagan Museum or the Getty Museum.  Of course, the trip depends on how many people are interested and if the museums are scheduling tours. 
We will meet at a predetermined location and hop on a bus to take us to our destination.
 

1963 Avanti For Sale

My Avanti has a working supercharger nice interior runs well other owners change the paint ( it needs paint) would like $15000 many new parts.  Contact: John Adams, smada321@yahoo.com
 
1963 Avanti For Sale 
1963 Studebaker Avanti with Candy Apple Red finish, 289 ci rebuilt to 305 ci with 1 hour running time on engine, speedometer reset at 0 miles, Edelbrock  4-barrel carburetor, new wiring harness, Crager wheels, new padded dash, headliner, Black vinyl seats, needs carpet, interior panels (old panels for patterns included). Misc. extras included.
$16,950.00 price is negotiable.  Contact: Wayne Smith at  775-738-3197 (home) or 619-277-3919 (cell) 

FREE Parts from Early Fifties

These are:
* A BorgWarner automatic transmission with torque converter. [Approx. 1950 –1952 vintage]
* 2 differential assemblies – – approx. same vintage.
 
These are available to a good home for FREE!!  You or anyone interested just need to come pick them up.
 
I have the necessary lift & equipment to load them for you.
 
Bill Treece
(619) 442-6052
4634 Calavo Drive, La Mesa, Calif. 91941

1959 Lark For Sale

The nice ’59 Lark 4-door formerly owned by Ken Goldkamp is now for sale by its current owner:  Ray Frey at Ray Frey Auto Center, 858-278-7077.  Asking $4000.

Nice ’64 GT Hawk for Sale

289 V/8, 4-barrel Carter carburetor, 3 speed Ford FMX replacement transmission, full gauges. Beautiful Southern California car. Clean inside and out including trunk and engine.  Quartz clock. New tires. Protective cloth dust cover.79K miles. Has not run for a while.  Asking $15,000 OBO. Contact Jim at aaf709@yahoo.com

 

Free parts:  Howard Jones has a complete rust free front clip for a ’48 Studebaker Champion and some misc Studebaker bumpers. It’s all free to anyone that has a use for it. it will need to be picked up though. no delivery or shipping. 619 890-1045

’63 Cruiser For Sale

I am selling my 1963 Studebaker, Lark Cruiser. I have been lucky to own it for the past 6 years, and I am hoping to find it a good home/owner. This 4-door Cruiser has a V8, 289 engine that runs great. It is automatic, with power steering, and has 97,000 miles. Paint is a 2-toned blue and white (not original paint) with some areas of rust. The interior is beautiful and immaculate, although the headliner needs to be replaced. All tires are in great shape (and all 4 tires have a 40,000 mi warranty through Discount Tire). Breaks have been repaired. Although this is not my daily driver, it is certainly dependable, and it is sure to turn a lot of heads. It comes with the original owner’s manual. Clean title with black plates. I am selling it as is–$5,000, or best offer. If interested, or would like more details, call Jannelle at 858-335-8058

’62 GT Hawk For Sale

A friend of Bob Buchaklian, Gladys Evin, is selling her nice ’62 Hawk.

289 ci w/4 speed transmission, Excellent body-No rust, Interior reupholstered to original

Approximately 54,000 miles

Needs trim installed and new vinyl half roof

$12,000 O.B.O

Also For Sale:  Body panels, wheels and assorted GT parts including:  Hood, Grill & Shell, R&L Front Fenders, R Rear Fender, R Door, Hub caps, Center Console, Deluxe Floor Mats, Wheels, Extra set of 6.70×15 4 ply Polyester Tires w/spare + misc electrical & rubber parts

$2,000 O.B.O.

Call Gladys to make appointment:  619 462-4041

 

 

  FOR SALE     1984 Avanti Touring Coupe    (only 50 made)

Car is completely original, except for tire sizes),  has heavy duty suspension (sway bars, front & rear springs, etc.) Chevy 305 (passed smog January 14) with 700R4 automatic (less than 10,000 miles since Corvette upgrades & $2,000 rebuild) Power moon roof, tilt wheel, power disc brakes, power windows Rear window defroster, power moon roof, original Blaupunkt radio/with power antenna,  Recaro seats with recliners, heaters, lumbar adjustments. Car runs great, but needs paint and Recaros need reupholstering $12,500, OBO     Keith Rider  (619) 276.2249    studierider@aol.com

 

Here is a link to a PDF of the Registration Form:

La Palma Registration 032021

Workshops for Warriors

Our designated charity, Workshops for Warriors was featured on CNBC..  This is a wonderful review of our beautiful city, the navy, future developments, the fishing industry and WFW. Please enjoy.  THE WFW PIECE IS ABOUT 40 MINUTES FROM THE START!!       Keith

Watch Streets of Dreams Episode: Harbor Drive, San Diego – NBC.com

Our Cruise to Rancho Santa Fe

A good sized group of members got together for Keith’s Kruise to start the New Year.  One of them pointed out that the 30’s, 50’s and 60’s were all represented in the Studebakers on the tour.

Our Trip to San Clemente

By Keith Wahl

MIMI AND BOB HALGREN WITH KEITH WAHL AND FRIEND JIM FRIEDMAN met at the Rendezvous point on 78 and 5 and drove up to the Cars and Coffeee at San Clemente on October 3rd. We Joined Devin Kostrewzki his wife and 2 friends and had a wonderful morning chatting with folks and perusing about 500 cars.  I am planning a local meet up in Rancho Santa Fe on a Saturday Morning for their Cars & Coffee.  Please watch for an email on this or the website calendar for details.

Our Tour on Drive Your Studebaker Day 

By Bob Halgren 

The San Diego Chapter of SDC celebrated the 2020 IDSYSD with a cruise around La Mesa ending with a picnic at Spanish Landing West, a park on San Diego Bay. Seven beautiful Studebakers participated: Ken & Michele St. Clair in their ’50 Stude Coupe “Blazing Stude”; Keith Rider in his ’87 Avanti convertible; Keith Wahl in his new ’63 R-2 Avanti; Shaun Salehyan with his ’37 Coupe Express; Devin Kostrewski in a ’65 Lark wagon; Tim & Sabrina Huntley in their ’58 Commander hardtop and Bob and Mimi Halgren in a ’53 Commander Coupe. We made quite the convoy! 

We toured to the top of Mt. Helix to see the 1924 Amphitheater with its great views and giant cross. It was built by the Yawkeys, a family that owned the Boston Red sox, as a memorial to their mother. It has survived ACLU challenges to tear it down and now is in the hands of a private foundation for all to enjoy. Next we toured the boulder strewn Mt. Grossmont, going by the early 1900’s home of world famous opera singer Madame Schumann-Heink. Then off to Spanish Landing via El Cajon Blvd, one of the commercial hubs of San Diego before the days of shopping centers. The weather was perfect and a great time was had by all.

 

Nostalgic video of a past SD Studebaker Meet

Greg Weir, son of Jim Weir, has been kind enough to share a video from a Studebaker meet here in San Diego many years ago; it includes a short talk by Marvin Studebaker.  You can download it from Jim’s Dropbox share here