December 13, 2021
If you were out and about at all this past car show season, undoubtedly you came across The Stew, the award-winning 1954 Studebaker Commander creation of West Seneca’s Kasia (Kat) Jones. Regular RealRide readers may remember Kat’s first appearance here: the 1950 Chevy Fleetline rat rod which we wrote about a couple of years ago (see it here at https://buffalocars.com/realrides-1769-061519). As with the Chevy, she did all of the work on The Stew herself — including the gorgeous paint job and interior — and if you want to see just what “all of the work” entails, you can click on over to The Stew’s own Facebook page here. (We’re showing you the before photo to whet your appetite.) Our pics were taken at this year’s annual car show at St. Gabriel’s Church in Elma. That’s Kat’s finacé Jim Gaczewski at the top of the page next to The Stew with his ’65 Chevy Suburban (https://buffalocars.com/realrides-1767-061319).
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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