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1951 Studebaker Champion Regal

1951 Studebaker Champion in Homicide, TV Series, 1964-1976 IMDB Ep. 397

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US — Made for: AUS

1951 Studebaker Champion Regal

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Casper Friedrich FI

2017-03-30 19:26

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1951

Baube QC

2017-03-30 19:26

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Champion ? ( to be honest, its the only one i know.. [:shy] )

Casper Friedrich FI

2017-03-30 19:31

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Baube wrote Champion ?

Yes, I think so,too.

stevil101 US

2017-03-30 20:00

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Whatever the model is, it's gotta be from 1951 with that grille.

-- Last edit: 2017-03-30 20:11:38

Commander 57 US

2017-03-30 23:21

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1951, yes.
Champion vs Commander? Impossible to determine at this angle. The series nameplates were on the other side of the grille and the flush hood emblem is not visible.
Bumper guards are non-stock.

Keats AU

2017-03-31 03:44

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More shots:

[Image: 397thejacksonfile-studex4.jpg] [Image: 397thejacksonfile-studex3.jpg] [Image: 397thejacksonfile-studex.jpg] [Image: 397thejacksonfile-studex2.jpg] [Image: 397thejacksonfile-studex1.jpg]

Commander 57 US

2017-03-31 04:14

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Thanks. Those extra shots confirm this is indeed a Champion. Note absence of a trunk lid V-8 ornament.

stevil101 US

2017-03-31 19:49

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Commander 57 wrote Thanks. Those extra shots confirm this is indeed a Champion. Note absence of a trunk lid V-8 ornament.

Can you guess what movie introduced me to Studebakers?

Commander 57 US

2017-03-31 21:18

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Hopefully not that Muppet movie.

stevil101 US

2017-04-01 19:58

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Commander 57 wrote Hopefully not that Muppet movie.

Why not?

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-04-01 20:14

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Because Fozzie Bear, the Muppets' unfunny comedian and resident numskull drove a Studebaker from this era in the film.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-01 20:15:50

stevil101 US

2017-04-01 20:17

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johnfromstaffs wrote Because Fozzie Bear, the Muppets' unfunny comedian and resident numskull drove a Studebaker from this era in the film.

That's what introduced me to Studebakers. I liked the Muppet Movie!

night cub US

2017-04-01 20:29

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Commander 57 wrote Hopefully not that Muppet movie.

Could always be worse, he could have said "OC & Stiggs"
Link to "www.avclub.com"

Surprised it's not listed here.

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-04-02 09:13

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There could be a suggestion for an academic dissertation here. "A Study of Makes of Automobile Driven by Losers in the Cinematic Genre 1896 to the Present."

Start with Laurel and Hardy's Model T and work outwards.

BTW, I am not knocking the Muppet Movie, poor old Fozzie or the Studebaker, merely illustrating that an inference could be drawn.

-- Last edit: 2017-04-02 09:17:47

Commander 57 US

2017-04-02 23:21

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Not knocking the Muppet Movie as a movie. Just didn't like what they did to the Studebaker.
After all, I'm a purest.

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