The World’s Biggest Studebaker! The leviathan roadster was fabricated in the spring of 1930 by several dozen of Studebaker’s skilled pattern makers under the direction of Paul Auman, head of the prototype department. Expert woodworkers, they carved the massive body mainly in white pine. Firestone supplied the wheels and tires, which were nearly seven feet tall and used electrical conduit to simulate wire wheel spokes. Continue Reading
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Christopher Burton is a acclaimed Photographer and has appeared in many shows, galleries, and publications over the years.