1 APRIL 2008 The Hillholder North Georgia Chapter of The Studebaker Drivers Club barbeque at the miller residence Inside this issue: President s Message; March Attendees 2 March Meeting Minutes 3 Remembrances; Treasurer s Report; Celebrations Letters to the Editor Chapter Meeting Schedule Other Events Schedule; Studebaker History Upcoming Event Information 8-14 The Marketplace Membership & Contact Info 18
2 Page 2 President s Message March 18, 2008 O nly a couple of days left until spring and, hopefully, a lot better weather. I trust that everyone came through the storms this past week with no damage or injuries. We can now look forward to getting the Studebakers out to drive and show. I hope all of you are getting ready to go to Albany for the Fifth Georgia State Meet coming up in just a couple of weeks. Dan and I have sent in our reservation for the meet and look forward to seeing all of you there. Our April meeting will be in Albany on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. So everyone in attendance find me for the location. I anticipate our chapter having a good turnout for this meet. I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped and brought food to the March meeting at our home. The food and your work was appreciated, the meeting would not have been as successful without you. I think that everyone who joined us had a good time. The weather turned out to be great and we had several Studebakers driven to the meeting. This was one of the biggest meetings we have had in a while, with several new members and guests present. We were also glad to have several members join us who have been unable to attend the meetings lately. We missed several of our regular members that could not attend for various reasons, and hope to see them soon. A lot was accomplished at the business part of the meeting (see the minutes printed in this issue). Page 4 has a list of members who have been in the hospital, or had illness at home. Please keep these members in your thoughts and prayers. As always, drive carefully and I look forward to seeing you in Albany. Barbara A. Miller March 2008 Attendees (with Studebakers, Avantis, and other pre-1980 makes) Ben & Janet Alspach Richard A. Hickok Hobo & Brenda Bodkin 1963 Avanti John Hollier 1970 Avanti Edward Burris 1963 Cruiser Mike Hopper 1962 GT Hawk Daughter: Regina; Grand- Buddy & Dot Hunt 1961 Champ pickup children: Abby, Calvin, Trudy Anthony & Miranda Kite Mike & Marsha Byrd 1962 GT Hawk Wayne & Ann Lee Billy & Charleen Carey Jim Loftin, Sr., Jimmy Loftin Chris Collins 1963 Avanti Bob Lytle & Marguerite Smith Bill & Doris Cope Peter McCaffrey 1959 Hawk daughter: Marie Shifflett Lenny & Phyllis Major 1963 Avanti Art Copeland, Shane Copeland 1964 Daytona Dan & Barbara Miller 1959 Hawk + others Solon Couch Jim & Carol Nichols 1960 Hawk Bill & Charlotte Delli Crazy Ray & Dianne Smith Ray & Linda Downing Alan & Rochelle Ziglin 1951 Commander Henry & Norma Hernandez Michael Ziglin 1965 Plymouth Valiant
3 Page 3 North Georgia Chapter, Studebaker Drivers Club Meeting Minutes March 2, 2008 President Barbara Miller opened the meeting. We circulated a get-well card for John Brown. Recall that our April meeting will be the Georgia State Meet in Albany. Wayne Lee reported that the meet has 42 registrations with 69 banquet reservations to date. The motel is squared away; trophies and t-shirts are done. The amendment to our chapter by-laws, allowing the President to be an alternate signatory on the bank accounts, was passed by the members present at the meeting. Treasurer Charlotte Delli reported that badges for new members are to be ordered this week. They will be sent directly to the members, well in advance of the April meet. She also gave a recap of the chapter financial results for January & February. Charlotte also told us about the Deborah Campbell Memorial Classic Car Show, being held Saturday March 29, at the BB&T Financial Center, 215 North Wall Street, in Calhoun. Registration is $25.00, with all proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society. Event flyer will be in the Hillholder. Membership Secretary Bill Delli reports we have 65 memberships, covering 120 people Chris Collins has submitted the chapter calendar of events for the remainder of 2008 to the SDC webmaster and to Larry Swanson for Turning Wheels. We anticipate issuing a 2008 member roster in late March. Marguerite Smith discussed the American Cancer Society of Gwinnett Relay For Life, being held May A drawing will be held to win a new Chrysler Sebring convertible. For more information, visit or call ACS Ed Burris mentioned that the Hilton Head Concours is coming up again in the fall. At the SDC National level, the Junior Membership, for youth under 12 years old, has been discontinued. It was little else beyond a membership card & certificate. The Student/Young Adult Membership, including Turning Wheels, continues for $19.95 per year. The club overall is in a solid financial position, with over $1 million in funds. The Tri-State Meet in Asheville has been changed to the weekend of August 23. Wayne has a list of meetings within our zone; he will pass it on to Chris. The roster of states and chapters is also being revised, and he will forward that once it is finalized. We discussed getting a Taxpayer Identification Number for our chapter, so we can place our surplus checking account funds into an interest-bearing instrument. We also talked about donating some of our surplus to charity. Charlotte made a motion to set up a committee of 3-5 people to explore this possibility. Seconded by Charleen Carey, and approved by the members present. Charlotte volunteered to head the committee exploring a charitable donation. John Hollier also volunteered to join the group. Marguerite won the 50/50 drawing; proceeds were $50 each to her and to the chapter. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. See you in April!
4 Page 4 Please Keep in Your Thoughts and Prayers John Brown is working through some complications from his longtime battle with leukemia. Bill Cope is recuperating from knee surgery. We were pleased he could be with us in March. Fred Martin underwent a successful cardiac catheterization in early March. Billy Carey, Charlotte Delli, and Bill Tilden, for continued progress in their recoveries. Treasurer s Report From Charlotte Delli Income Statement 2 months ending 2/29/ /31/2007 Bank Balance: $6, January Income and Expenses: Dues Received 50/50 Proceeds Total Income Donation to South GA Chapter for meet trophies Memorial for Myrtle Burris Total Outlays (300.00) (50.00) (350.00) January Net Income (Loss) (113.00) 1/31/2008 Bank Balance: 6, February Income and Expenses: Dues Received /29/2008 Bank Balance 6, Celebrations Susan Schlittler 3/2 Lenny Major 4/1 John & Arlene Hollier 3/5 Bill Delli 3/13 Vince T. Geiger 4/4 Louis & Bonnie Moore 3/5 Brenda Bodkin 3/17 John Hollier 4/12 Ben & Janet Alspach 3/20 Mike Byrd Edward Lane Crazy Ray Smith David Carlston Bob Lytle 3/22 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/30 Don Smith Maureen Elliott Fred Martin Jim Nichols Keith Wilson 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/18 4/23 Robert & Beverly Hager John & Dorothy Brown Dan & Barbara Miller Jim & Linda Fisher 3/27 4/4 4/6 4/19 Marvin Sikes 3/31 Ann Lee 4/25 Del Lane 4/26 Arlene Hollier 4/27 Billy Greene 4/28
5 Page 5 Letters to the Editor OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS As reported at the March meeting of the North Georgia Chapter SDC, the Chapter s treasury has a balance exceeding $6,000. The balance is currently residing in a checking account at the BB&T bank. Several members expressed concern that the Chapter is not doing anything with the money except letting it sit in the checking account. Suggestions ranged from using it for charitable purposes to investing it in an IRA or Certificate of Deposit. At the meeting, the Chapter members approved forming a committee to explore possibilities and report back to the Chapter with recommendations. Two members (Charlotte Delli and Dr. John Hollier) volunteered and three more volunteers are needed. Most of the committee business will be conducted by with one or two face-to-face meetings to finalize recommendations. This is an opportunity for Chapter members to get involved. If you want to volunteer for the committee, please notify Charlotte Delli at by March 31 st. If you have ideas or projects to propose, send them to Charlotte as well at the same address. Please step up to the plate and add your voice to this issue. Thank you! Charlotte To introduce myself, I am a member of the Smoky Mountain Studebaker Drivers Club, and I started and currently maintain a web page for the club: I have also obtained a domain and opened a web page for 1961 Hawks: I hope to post photographs and information on each and every 61 Hawk still in existence, but I know, of course, that is not possible. Also I wish to establish and maintain---or find someone else willing to establish and maintain---a data base covering each of those Hawks. If you have or know of someone who has a 61 Hawk and would like to have it featured on the site, please send me photos and information on the Hawk. Visit the web site for more information and, while you are there, take a look at my Hawk (I'm sad to say the only one there at this moment!). Send information to: or to me personally at: If you are the person who would like to maintain the data base, or registry, of the 61 Hawks, that would be great. I suspect that we need to work the registry through the auspices of the International Studebaker Drivers Club. Thanks, John Alexander (Editor s note: this registry can also be reached via the SDC website, through the Valuable Links tab.)
6 Page 6 Upcoming Events North Georgia Chapter Meetings Balance of 200 Date Place Event details April Albany, GA. 5th Annual Georgia State Meet Meet flyer & registration form on pages 9-10; also on the North Georgia Chapter website. Host hotel rate is $69/night, includes breakfast. May 3 (Saturday) Orphan Car Show, during the 35th annual Snellville (GA) Days Festival. Chapter Meeting Meet flyer on page 11 of this issue. Hosted by Rick Kamen , or More info about the Car Show and the Festival at: June 1 Home of Tom & Maureen Elliott, Fayetteville, GA. Chapter Meeting Details in an upcoming issue. July 6 Hosted by Hobo and Brenda Bodkin. Chapter Meeting Details in an upcoming issue. August 3 Annual chapter picnic, Ft. Yargo State Park, Winder, GA. Chapter Meeting Hosted by Billy & Charleen Carey. September 14 Home of Bill & Charlotte Delli, Calhoun, GA. Chapter Meeting Please note - 2nd weekend of the month. Details in an upcoming issue. October 5 Hosted by Fred & Paula Martin. Chapter Meeting Details in an upcoming issue. November 2 Hosted by Mike & Marsha Byrd. Chapter Meeting Details in an upcoming issue. December 7 Christmas Party, Bethlehem, GA Chapter Meeting Hosted by Billy & Charleen Carey Other Event Opportunities (Studebaker Club - sponsored events are in Italics.) Date Place Event details March 29 BB&T Financial Center, 215 North Wall Street, Calhoun, GA Classic Car Show April 19 Tunica, MS SDC West TN Chapter Show May 10 9AM - 4PM Downtown Park, Blue Ridge, GA May Townsend, TN SDC Smokey Mountain Meet Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Details on page 8 of this issue. More information & registration form in March issue of Turning Wheels, page th Annual Car Show Sponsored by Georgia Mountain Classics. Information: Martin Jones, , or Rex Miller, More information & registration form in February issue of Turning Wheels, page 43.
7 Page 7 Other Event Opportunities, continued (Studebaker Club - sponsored events are in Italics.) June 28 Date Place Event details Bristol Motor Speedway, 151 Speedway Drive, Bristol, TN SDC East TN Chapter 30th Anniversary Car Show August Asheville, NC SDC Tri-State Meet, sponsored by the North Carolina Chapter Details on pages of this issue. Details will be posted in a future issue, and on the sponsoring chapter website, Or Jack White at: September Lancaster, PA 2008 SDC International Meet October 30 - November 2 November Hilton Head, SC Daytona Speedway, Daytona, FL 7th Annual Hilton Head Concours d Elegance and Motoring Festival Turkey Rod Run See page 14 of this issue for update on accommodations. Meet details and registration form in Turning Wheels, February issue, pages Official International Meet website is: Details on the web: or contact your editor for copy of the application for registration. Details on the web: (Special parking arranged for Studebakers). History of Studebaker (source: 1966 Model Year Introduction Press Kit) 1947: Studebaker introduced first new postwar styling in the automotive industry. 1948: First truck with enclosed cab step. 1950: First to use air-cooled torque converter transmission : During Korean conflict, produced J-47 turbojet engines and military trucks. 1952: First to use mechanical power steering. 1954: The Studebaker Corporation and Packard Motor Car Company merged October 1, 1954 into the Studebaker-Packard Corporation, with James J. Nance president, Paul G. Hoffman chairman of the board. First to use self-centering, self-energizing brakes. (To Be Continued)
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11 Page 11 The Orphan Vehicle Association presents the 16th Annual Orphan Vehicle Celebration At the Snellville Days Festival Saturday, May 3, 2008 <Rain Date: Sunday, May 4, 2008> 9 AM - 5 PM Come celebrate 16 years of extraordinary vehicles!! Every year we get surprised by the assortment of vehicles that show up! So many companies have stopped producing cars and trucks over the years and they all come to our show! So bring anything out of the ordinary! Mustangs and Corvettes, Fords, Chevies, Dodges and Cadillacs not invited! Hosts: Local chapters of the Studebaker Drivers Club, the Packard Automobile Club, the American Motors Organization, Fiat Lancia Unlimited and the Hudson-Essex-Terraplane Club Admission: $10 per show car. Please RSVP, but if you forget, show up anyway! Vendor fee: $35 for 10 X 10 area, $20 each additional 10 X 10. Car Club space is free. Car corral: $25 per vehicle for sale. Trophies: Marque Class (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd ), People's Choice, Best of Show, Club Participation, others. Dash plaques to all participants. Clubs may sponsor additional trophies, call for information. Directions: I-285 to Highway 78 east (Stone Mountain Freeway) about six miles east of Stone Mountain, turn right on Highway 124, then left at Henry Clower Blvd., then right on Lenora Church Road. T.W. Briscoe Park is about 1.5 miles on the left. Snellville is about miles east of Atlanta. Information: Rick Kamen: cut here RSVP by May 2, 2008 Name: Address: Make check payable to "Orphan Vehicle Association" and return to: Rick Kamen P.O. Box 473 Decatur, GA City, State, Zip: Year, Make, Model: Car Club Affiliation: Phone: Class: Circle one: Show ($10 per car) Car Corral ($25 per car for sale) Vendor ($35 per space)
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14 Page 14 Editor s note: The following news release from Richard Dormois was sent to me by SDC Publications Director Larry Swanson: LANCASTER INTERNATIONAL MEET UPDATE Richard Dormois, International Meet Committee Although the Avanti Owners Association International, the Antique Studebaker Club and the Studebaker Drivers Club have each selected the Lancaster Host as their Meet Headquarters and their events will emanate from there, the Studebaker room block has been sold out so if you haven't got a place to stay, there are three other nice places in the neighborhood that still had room 8 March They all have free breakfast for everyone staying in your room and are a night. YOU ARE WITH STUDEBAKER! THE HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS, 24 S Willowdale Drive, Lancaster, This is just a half mile down Highway 30 and they have a shuttle service to the Lancaster Host Hotel for us. 75 rooms left. THE QUALITY INN, 2250 Lincoln Highway, Lancaster, , short walking path to the Lancaster Host. You don't have to drive. Fifty rooms left. THE CONTINENTAL INN, 2285 Lincoln Highway, Lancaster, , directly across the Lincoln Highway from the Lancaster Host. 15 rooms left. If you have already registered for the meet, there were no meal choices for the Friday night Awards Banquet on your registration form. YOU DO HAVE MEAL CHOICES. Send a post card to Nancy Pfahler, 17 Cherry Hill Rd, Paradise, PA telling her you want vegetarian, beef or chicken or send and to with the information...thanks for your patience with this. TROPHY DONATIONS FROM YOU OR YOUR CHAPTER go to James Bell, International Meet Committee, 3951 Wynn Road, Bellingham, WA They are in increments of and multiple sponsorships are welcome. Be sure and be with us at WELCOME NIGHT, Monday night at 7:00 PM in the Showroom at the Lancaster Host for a great evening of exciting entertainment and great food, compliments of your STUDEBAKER DRIVERS CLUB BOARD OF DIRECTORS. SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER IN BEAUTIFUL LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. IT MAY BE THE NICEST VACATION YOUR FAMILY HAS EVER ENJOYED!
15 Page 15 The Marketplace (Updated April 2008) Editors Note: Ads will run in three issues of The Hillholder, with the final date shown at the end of each listing. To renew your ad beyond the initial run, please contact me and I extend it for another three months. To submit or change your ad, see the contact information on the last page. Classified ad submissions are shared between The Hillholder and the SDC North Georgia Chapter website. Photos: We can include a photo with your ad. If you have one item (vehicle for sale, part for sale, etc.) you may include one photo. If you have two or more items listed, the limit is two pictures total. This is to keep the classifieds section of the newsletter at a reasonable length. If you have additional photos, you can mention in your ad text that you will make them available to interested parties. You could also include the web address of the online photo sharing site (such as Photobucket) to which you have loaded more pictures. SERVICES OFFERED: Mechanical work on Studebakers: call Dan Miller at , or at (4/2008) FOR SALE: CARS AND TRUCKS 1949 Champion 2-door. All original, in excellent condition. Similar to Turning Wheels cover car of September $7,000 negotiable. Call: Sonja Floyd, weeknights before 10:30 PM; weekends anytime. (5/2008) 1951 Champion 2-door. Body only, no motor or transmission. Set up for a street rod; ready for a small-block engine & transmission to go in. Call Garry Michael, (6/2008) Champion 2-door. Needs new floor pans; otherwise all original. $900 firm. Call Charleen Carey, (6/2008) 1951 Champion 4-door. Very good rust free body, all original, 6 cylinder, 3 speed w/od. Four new tires, new brakes, master cylinder and shoes. New windshield and rear window seals, two glass vents & seals, new water pump, battery and trunk mat, wiper arms and blades. New headliner, four new door panels. Car is located in Roswell, GA. $2,500 O.B.O. Call Henry Hernandez, home , cell , or (6/2008) 1955 Champion Coupe. 6 cylinder, 3-speed w/od, Pima Red/Sahara Sand, solid running condition, California built, lots to work with! $4,300 or R.B.O. Contact Daniel Malzhan, Hogansville, GA , or (6/2008) 1955 Champion 2-door. Light blue body, dark blue top. New paint & wiring, new 350 crate motor. Rebuilt 350 trans., P/S, Vintage Air, all re-chromed. $8,800. Alan Strickland, Carrollton, GA (6/2008) 1958 Scotsman 4-door. Black, 6 cylinder with 3 speed/od. Approx. 15,000 original miles. No body work, paint or interior work necessary. Only thing needed would be a good detailing. $8,000. Ray Downing, Snellville, GA , or (6/2008) 1962 GT Hawk. Good driver; nice red exterior, but needs some interior work. Full dash; everything works except tach. Automatic, 3.31 rear ratio. Strong running, has newer 670/15 wide whitewalls. I get more thumbs-up with this car than any I ve ever had! A steal at $7,500. Mike Hopper, (6/2008) 1963 Champ Truck. Body and paint are all complete. Painted coral inside and out, with a matching camper top. 6 Cyl., 3 speed/od. Only thing needed is carpet and a new headliner. $8,000. Ray Downing, Snellville, GA , or (6/2008)
16 Page Commander 4-door. Excellent driver. Good engine and automatic with 3.07 rear end. Nice interior; exterior OK for a driver. New brakes and tires, almost perfect dash, nice chrome. Has rear main leak but would drive anywhere. I must make room for other projects. $1,800. Mike Hopper, (6/2008) 1984 Avanti. New GM Silver Beige (original color) paint, new race-built TH700R4 transmission, new timing chain and gears, fuel and water pumps, A/C overhauled, new radio, new authentic bumper strip on sides and bumpers, new Dayton wire wheels and Pirelli tires. Has significant wear on bolster of driver's seat, leaks some oil, which could be rear main or valve cover gaskets, cruise control inoperative, scratch in paint on trunk. $10,000. Call Chuck Lampman, (4/2008) STUDEBAKER FLOCKS AND PARTS GT Hawk Parts. I am updating the drivetrain and electronics in my 62 GT Hawk. As a result, I have many items for sale. For anyone restoring a Hawk, I have about everything mechanical except the motor, at very good prices. Among these are the starter, generator, gauges, 4 bbl manifold with carburetor and linkage, transmission with flex plate, torque converter and bell housing. Complete steering wheel with column and steering box, heater control unit with switch, defroster blower assembly with switch, brake drums, plus many other items. I can complete parts list if interested, or call me at My is Fred Martin. (6/2008) 1934 Dictator sedan. Fair to Good condition, roller, no drive train. No interior except dashboard and instruments. Complete including grill, surround, both sides of the hood. Rusty floors, solid frame. $4, President sedan. Complete running car with straight 8. A couple of small spots of surface rust. Fenders and a few other parts are off the car and in primer while I was repainting the frame. Interior is worn out but is all there and all original. $8, Coupe Express. RestoRod. Solid truck; it is my daily driver. 350 Corvette engine, 700R4 trans, posi rear end. Mustang IFS. No mods to the body, looks stock. Not a show truck, just a great driver that could be turned into a real show winner. $35, M 1/2 Ton pickup truck. Dry desert truck. Faded paint and surface rust. Looks like a barn find. Full independent front and rear ends. 318 police pursuit engine with a 727 auto trans. Air conditioned. Call for more details. $9, Engine. Mfg. 2/63 as a 259 Jet Thrust. Rebuilt by Tommy Goza using as many NOS parts as possible. Changed to a 289. Pistons and rings are.10 over; everything else is standard including all bearings. Hardened valves and seats to run on unleaded pump gas. Call for full specifications. Ready to drop in and run. $6, Engine pulled from a running car. It was a supercharged engine but the supercharger is not included. It has the Bendix WW series carb. It was running just fine but I have not broken it down to determine the internals. $600. Please call Steve Detch: or You may also to I do have pictures and will them to you on request. Offers and trades will be considered. (4/2008) Two Studebaker 259 Engines. Turn but probably need rebuilding. First is serial VN313, a 1964 engine with the full flow block, Includes heads, manifolds (2 bbl). These engines are desirable because 100% of the oil is circulated through the oil filter before it goes to the rest of the engine. This block can easily be made into a 289 with a 289 crankshaft and pistons. $300. Second engine is serial V555133, which the book says came from an early 1962 car. It also comes complete with heads, manifolds, etc. $150. I travel for a living, so I am only home Noon until 6 PM on Saturdays, Thursdays and Mondays, and all day on Tuesdays; please call only during these hours. Jim Fisher, (5/2008) VEHICLES AND PARTS WANTED door coupe or sedan. Looking for one restored, or in fair-to-good original condition. Bill Kenney, phone ; (6/2008)
17 Page 17 STUDEBAKER MEDIA I finally finished it! This is a 99 page book I've put together based on the articles of the same name that appeared in Turning Wheels in the early 1990s and which won the SDC's Churchill Award for Best Article, Non-Paid. The book contains all the material from the original series, which ran for a year and a half in The Hillholder, and not only replaces some material edited out for the TW series, but has updates and several new items that were written after the TW series was published. "Some Thoughts" is aimed at the first-time restorer, but will be of value to the more experienced; it doesn't try to be a "how to restore a car book", but gives you a look at the decision-making processes, tools, spaces and basic skills you'll need to do a restoration, and will provide a framework to help you structure your project. There are several chapters of Studebaker-specific advice. In the chapter devoted to engine rebuilding, I've tried to describe a step-by-step process that anybody can follow, and included tips I've picked up in building 60+ engines. I've received many compliments on the engine chapter, and I'm glad to finally be able to get it in print. The book is priced at $22.50, plus $4.00 for packaging and postage. It is also available at but without the PayPal option for now. North Georgia Chapter members can just me and I ll bring your copy to a chapter meeting; you can pay me there. (4/2008) Chuck Lampman.
18 Page 18 MEMBERSHIP FORM - NORTH GEORGIA CHAPTER To join our chapter, complete this form and send with your $10.00 ($5.00 if joining after July 1st) check or money order in US funds to: North Georgia Chapter SDC c/o Bill Delli 169 Aubrey Ave. NE Calhoun, GA Note: you must be a member of the National SDC to join us. National Membership Number: (from cover of Turning Wheels) Date: Name: Your Birthday (Month, Day): Spouse or Companion: Their Birthday (Month, Day): Wedding Anniversary (Month, Day): Street Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: Studebakers you own (Year, Make & Model): MEMBERSHIP FORM NATIONAL SDC New Members-First Year Only - $19.95 Dues: US & CANADA Periodicals class mail - $27.50 US & CANADA-1st class mail - $60.50 Young Adult (to 22) - $19.95 To join SDC, complete this application and send with check or money order in US funds to the following: The Studebaker Drivers Club, Inc PO Box 1715, Maple Grove, MN Or use VISA or MasterCard and call toll free or fax Call or write with change of address. DO NOT SEND ADS with your membership. Ads must be sent to Turning Wheels editor. Name: Spouse or companion: Street Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: [ ] VISA [ ] MasterCard No: Expiration: Studebakers Owned (Year, Make & Model): North Georgia Chapter of The Studebaker Drivers Club President: Barbara Miller ; Vice President and Webmaster: Chuck Lampman ; Chapter Website: Secretary: Chris Collins ; Treasurer: Charlotte Delli ; Membership Secretary: Bill Delli (see previous) Newsletter Photo Contributors: Bob Hughes, Crazy Ray Smith The Hillholder is the official publication of The North Georgia Chapter of The Studebaker Drivers Club. Published monthly. Editor, Chris Collins. Send all inquires to: The Hillholder 4419 Northside Pkwy NW, apt. 191 Atlanta, GA Volume 33 Issue 4