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Ypsilanti Orphan Show


Greg

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Very interesting to see how many car companies were meshed together or dropped from sales. Those Studebaker Golden Hawks were very cool. If memory serves, the 1957 was powered by Ford's Thunderbird V8 (1957) and supercharged by Paxton to make 275hp at the crank. A very powerful engine for a compact sports car.

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Corvairs are included in that show because they were made at a plant that was near Ypsilanti.

They aren't really orphans.

 

That 90 Avanti shouldn't be there, they still make Avantis. I think Avanti even owns the Studebaker name. Don't they make that XUV?

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