- Winners from SCCQ Concours – Show & Shine 21st August, 2021

SCCQ State Concours was held on Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd August, 2021 at Old Petrie Town, Whiteside. Listed below are the winners of the Concours & Show & Shine. The day was well attended with the location ideal for the displaying of our Club’s time honoured classic cars. Congratulations to our winners. Please click on Concours video link below for an overview of the day.

Concours video Show & Shine 2021

Concours Winners


1st 1958 Golden Hawk – John Cosgrove




2nd 1963 GT Hawk – Jim McKinnon



3rd 1960 Hawk – Jim McKinnon




Show & Shine Winners


1st 1937 Packard – Bill Beverly





2nd 1959 Lark Hardtop – Richard Simmons





3rd 1961 Lark Convertible – George Udovicich





Longest Distance

1962 GT Hawk – Sue & Neal Black







President Choice

1955 President – Gail & Jim Dack







Lucky Door Prize

Ticket Blue 02 – George Udovicich

Special thanks to Merchandise officers Janelle Black and Sheree Copelin. Sales of $554 in Merchandise at the event. With good stock of new product for the members to view.


- Flat Rate Times from Bill Beverley’s Service Station Days

Here are some Old Flat Rate Times from Bill Beverley’s Service Station Days. Bill spoke about these at one of the Club meetings.

Flat Rate P143 Six 47-50 & 51-58

Flat Rate P144 Six 47-50 & 51-58

Flat Rate P145 Six 47-50 & 51-58

Flat Rate P146 Six 47-50 & 51-58

Flat Rate P147 V8 57-58 Hawk & Lark 59-64

Flat Rate P148 V8 57-58 Hawk & Lark 59-64

Flat Rate P149 V8 57-58 Hawk & Lark 59-64

Flat Rate P150 V8 57-58 Hawk & Lark 59-64



- Festival of Elegance – Feature Club – SCCQ – May 2018

This SCCQ story was featured in the “Festival of Elegance” magazine.

- Studebakers in New Zealand

1956 President

1956 President

 An article has been written by Ron Engle from Minnetrista, who with his wife Barbara had a trip to New Zealand last March, 2014. While they were touring they visited a small town called St. Andrews, south of Christchurch. There they found a garage with Studebakers. Ron has two Studebakers in the U.S.A. as shown.  1956 President and 1957 Silver Hawk.

1957 Silver Hawk

1957 Silver Hawk


The story about the Studebakers in New Zealand was published in North Star Wheel Minnesota, USA, SDC Chapter. Please click on the PDF below for the story which starts on page 4.

New Zealand Studebakers



- SCCQ Concours – State Gathering 2014

Redcliffe Festival was held from 5th – 7th September, 2014. The Club was invited to show our Studebakers in the “Revin ‘ Up Redcliffe” display on Redcliffe Parade from 8am to 3pm on the Sunday.  The weather was brilliant sunshine with a magnificent view of Moreton Bay.

The winners of the SCCQ Concours –  Show & Shine are listed below:

  1.       Bill Beverly                                        1937 Packard
  2.       Dale Booth                                         1963 Lark Cruiser
  3.       Lyndon Sanders                                 1964 Avanti
  4.      George Udovicich                               1961 Lark Convertible
  5.       Dave Lucas                                        1960 Lark
  6.       Mike Moloy                                        1960 Hawk
  7.       Blake Sanders                                   1963 Hawk
  8.       Dave Allen                                         1964 Cruiser
  9.       Shane Hodby                                     1945 US6 Cargo
  10.       Matt Pettigrew                                  1947 M5

Thanks to everyone for attending on the day.

Studebaker Concours 2014

For more photos of the Concours – State Gathering 2014, please click on Gallery 




- Studebaker Drivers Club National Meet – Taranaki 2014

Studebaker Drivers Club National Meet was held at Easter 17th – 20th April, 2014.

 The 23rd Studebaker National Meet was at New Plymouth in the heart of Taranaki.

Taranaki is a wonderful province with its Maori and Colonial history and is a great place to live and play.  The city of New Plymouth is blessed with huge gardens, golf courses, art and craft facilities, walkways and sites of historical importance. The province of Taranaki was one of the first areas to be colonised owing to its extremely fertile soil. The British started surveying the area around the late 1930’s with what is now the city of New Plymouth being mapped out in 1841.

The centrepiece to Taranaki is the mountain of the same name, although until recent years the mountain had the name of Mount Egmont, which is still acceptable and used extensively. It stands 2518 metres above sea level and is a near perfect cone. While is looks a serene and calm piece of nature, it is a dormant volcano having last erupted in 1755.

New Plymouth

New Plymouth

Everyone started to arrive on the Thursday before Easter having an informal gathering in the evening.  Good Friday was spent with Registration and free time for sightseeing. The Auction in the evening created lots of fun and laughter.

Easter Saturday the Concours were held at Nobs Line park adjacent to the beach. The members enjoyed a Sausage Sizzle and the ladies took a bus trip which included lunch and shopping. The evening was started by the welcome speech followed by a Banquet dinner. The entertainment for the night was The Emerald Brothers who were fantastic.

Easter Sunday morning all members were allocated a ride in a Studebaker for the Sunday Drive to Tawhiti Museum, lunch and a tour. The drive was very pleasant through the beautiful countryside with magnificent views.

Shiny Studebakers

Shiny Studebakers

The Presentation Banquet Dinner in the evening was a good time for everyone to catch up on the day events and to see who had the best Studebaker! Thirty Australian Club members travelled across the Tasman for a fun filled Easter Meet.

Easter Monday morning was farewelled by morning tea with lots of goodbyes to our New Zealand Studebaker friends, until next time. For more photos of the National Meet please click on Gallery