Ted Bailey's Studebaker

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A photo of Ted's Studebaker dated August 1959. Photo courtesy of Roddy Moore.
A photo of Ted's Studebaker dated August 1960. Photo courtesy of Roddy Moore.

Studebaker built by Black Diamond Timing Association member Ted Bailey of Pineville, West Virginia. Ted's Studebaker ran an Olds engine and LaSalle transmission, the bodywork was done at Shucks Body Shop. Ted was a founding member of the Black Diamond Timing Association.[1]



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