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magazine, Turning Wheels, Studebaker, 1974, 1976, 1977, 6 issues

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Vintage 1974, 1976, 1977 Studebaker enthusiast publications, “Turning Wheels”, The Studebaker Driver’s Club (SDC) Bulletin – 6 issues

 

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My wife’s brother had a large Studebaker collection in the 1960s and ‘70s – cars, trucks, parts, paperwork, even a bus. He was a member of the local Studebaker club. He subscribed to “Turning Wheels”, the Studebaker Driver’s Club magazine. He died in 1974. In 2001 the family sold the vehicles and parts. His father continued to receive “Turning Wheels” until he passed in 2012. His grandson then continued the subscription.

 

These six issues are the only ones available.

 

These are ONE OWNER publications. All are in EXCELLENT condition, as delivered by the Post Office.

 

These stapled-spine, 11 by 8 1/2 inch magazines have color photos on the front and back covers (except July 1974 issue) and typed text and black and white photos inside.

 

1) 1974 July, Volume 6, Number 7, 30 pages

STUDEBAKER COMES HOME, JULY 18-21 (South Bend, Indiana)

Sample of contents ---

- The Studebaker That Almost Was! (1947 “woodie” station wagon)

- “How Hot is the Hawk?” (reprint of March 1957 Hot Rod Magazine article)

- How Your Bulletin Gets to You

- What’s Happening? News From All Over Studedom

- Tire Kicking (ads – cars and parts for sale/wanted)

 

2) 1976 August, Volume 8, Number 8, 42 pages

Cover photos – 1964 GT Hawk, 1964 Daytona//Commander/Cruiser/Challenger (Lark)

Sample of contents ---

- The First Annual S.D.C. Photo Contest

- list of national SDC officers

- tech tip: fender rust treatment

- chapter events and photos

- What’s Happening? News From All Over Studedom

- Tire Kicking (ads – cars and parts for sale/wanted)

 

3) 1977 May, Volume 9, Number 5, 42 pages

POST WAR / BEST OF SHOW – Indy ‘76

Cover photos – 1952 Land Cruiser, 1963 Avanti

Sample of contents ---

- The 1952 Land Cruiser

- 1924 Studebaker models

- Vehicle Rosters by General Categories or Models (then-current contact info)

- chapter events and photos

- What’s Happening? News From All Over Studedom

- Tire Kicking (ads – cars and parts for sale/wanted)

 

4) 1977 August, Volume 9, Number 8, 48 pages

Cover photos – 1951 1/2 ton pickup, 196? Hawk

Sample of contents ---

- Motor Coach Age

- chapter events and photos

- What’s Happening? News From All Over Studedom

- Tire Kicking (ads – cars and parts for sale/wanted)

 

5) 1977 September, Volume 9, Number 9, 50 pages

Cover photos – 1930s not identiified, 196? Avanti

Inside cover photos – 1941 President; 1960 Hardtop, 1953 Stafliner, 1956 Golden Hawk, 1963 Champ (all in color)

Sample of contents ---

- The Second Annual S.D.C. Photo Contest

- “Stude Lark with R-3 Performance” (reprint of vintage Hot Rod Magazine article)

- A Golden Hawk 100,000 Miles Later

- Studebaker Tow Truck [1930] Pulled Back into Modern Light (reprint of newspaper article)

- chapter events and photos

- What’s Happening? News From All Over Studedom

- Tire Kicking (ads – cars and parts for sale/wanted)

 

6) 1977 October, Volume 9, Number 10, 50 pages

“This issue features 1964 Studebakers in general, and the last day of production cars in particular.”

Cover photos – 1964 Avanti, two 1964 Hawks

Sample of contents ---

- “Super Lark” (reprint of 1963 Motor Trend Magazine article)

- reprints of 1964 dealer brochures and price lists, letter from annual report to shareholders

- Letters

- Technical Tips

- chapter events and photos

- What’s Happening? News From All Over Studedom

- Tire Kicking (ads – cars and parts for sale/wanted)

 

BONUS:

newsletter, Nuts and Bolts,

Yakima Valley, Washington, Studebaker Driver’s Club

2 issues - 1977 September, November

These are small, 5 12 by 8 12 inch plain paper of a few pages, with a couple of B&W photos in the November issue

 

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