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Studebaker Sales #253460

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 31, 1977
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(Studio) Nostalgia is big in American and some people still drive Studebakers.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Union, Nebraska) Ray Wiysel has been Studebaker dealer for 40 years ;people from Nova Scotia to west coast call him for parts. [WIYSEL - tells phone caller with regard to part. Then points out types of Studebakers crew is working on. Tells how family got into Studebaker sales in Jacksonport, Arkansas. Notes owner of Morton Motor Company in Omaha, Nebraska, talked him into becoming dealer in 1939.] Ray's son Larry now runs business [Larry WIYSEL - notes advanced Studebaker engine.] Wiysels say they can stay in business for another 10 to 20 years
REPORTER: Jackie Casselberry

Casselberry, Jackie;
Dean, Morton

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