Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, this club is dedicated to
Studebaker, Avanti, Packard, or EMF cars or trucks.

You don’t need a car to join us. It's only $10/year for a family membership.

Contact Bill Hughes at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 215-598-3455 for info, or click on the following link to print a membership form:    Membership Form


<< Next upcoming event  >> (see events page for details)   

Hank Hallowell’s open house April  26...Click here for flyer

 Note: For photos of recent events, see the events page

 88-year-old wants to share classic cars with next generation...Click Here

VIDEO: FIAT S76 DRIVEN FOR FIRST TIME IN 100 YEARS from Paul Lang...Click here

Old Cars Weekly article on a 1963 Studebaker Zip Van...Click here

Studebaker videos on YouTube (all of them!)...Click Here

Photos of Hershey 2014 by Paul Lang...Click Here

New York Times article on Ralph Marano, Packard collector....Click Here

Studebaker Driver's Testimonials from the '50's and '60's.... Click Here

First-ever Packard leaves Lehigh University for preservation after 85 years... Click Here

Designing the Avanti....Click Here for the story

 Last Studebaker-built Avanti to go on National Historic Vehicle Register....for story and photos, Click Here

New! Canada's Studebaker plant torn down......for the story and photos, Click Here

NEW! Click here for a compilation of original Studebaker or Packard commercials and videos...more to come....

Check out this cool website featuring barn finds for sale around the world ...Click here

Click here for the story of a rare 1963 Avanti R2

Click here for the Old Cars Weekly article on a 1958 Golden Hawk

Click here to learn how the car radio was invented and its Studebaker connection

Click here for the Old Cars Weekly story about a self-parking 1953 Packard Cavalier

To see Max Corkins on "American Pickers"....Click Here

Click here for the story & photos of a fantastic piece of model engineering....a miniature functioning replica 1932 Duesenberg by Louis Chenot (scroll down the article for a detailed explanation of each part, & click on each photo for a larger view).
Members : I want to update the photo section. Send me a photo of your car(s), along with the year, model, and series (if your car is already posted, send me this info anyway..I want to tag the photos). Also, if you want, send along any interesting facts about the car, or maybe even a short paragraph about it that I can post with the photo. We all like to read about others Studies