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Nice Stock pickup on commercial

Have you seen the nice stock red and white pickup on the Idaho Potato commercial yet? Too bad its a Studebaker!

For those of us who like most stock trucks of this era it is a pleasure to watch. And they do show a lot of the truck in the 30 sec ad. Its not just in the background as some commercials use trucks.

I think I have seen this truck or its twin in Vintage Truck within the last year...
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Have you seen the nice stock red and white pickup on the Idaho Potato commercial yet? Too bad its a Studebaker!
The only way it could be stock, if it's a 1955/63 Transtar. 1955 was the first year Studebaker offered tu-tone paint for trucks.
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It's a sweet looking truck.
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Nice looking truck! Studes always had nice clean lines.
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Marks workwear has a commercial with a green 53 f100 parked in a barn with a guy and his kid working under the hood. Often wondered if anyone on here owns it. Those Studes are a very nice looking truck.
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