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Jet Doc

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Greetings All,
New to the site, but a long time viewer. Wanted to share with you what my son's and I are working on. 1929 Studebaker FD Commander 8. My Dad bought this car in 1966, restored it, and then drove and enjoyed it for the next 50 years. Sadly, he passed away last year. My son's and I have been fixing a few things that we have found wrong with it, a leaky radiator, worn brakes, a few interior items. Looking forward to driving it and creating memories with my boys, as my Dad did with me.
Photos of the car, and my son's reinstalling the water pump after installing the radiator.
Jeff

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Jet Doc, Welcome to the forum. Sorry for the loss of your father. That is a beautiful automobile and a wonderful legacy that your father left to be shared with future generations of gearheads. Great story and thanks for sharing it. Mike
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Jet Doc

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Thank you Mike.
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Jet Doc,
Welcome to the forum.

That is one sweet ride.  AND to be able to share it with your sons the way your Dad shared it with you is priceless.

We LOVE pix and those are super.

Again, welcome to the forum.

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