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Studebaker-Granatelli Storm Bonneville- 1963

Four Wheeler Network - Feb 15, 2017
In August 1963, Studebaker found itself in great financial trouble. It was at the end of the company's cash reserves, and the bankers, who actually ran Studebaker, were threatening to shut down auto production. Additionally, a factory renovation ...

Chicago architect preps Studebaker building for 21st-century tech economy

South Bend Tribune - Feb 6, 2017
At the Studebaker complex in South Bend, interior work is well along in the two-story south building. The first tenant, F Cubed — a biotech firm — already is operating there. CupPrint US, a manufacturer of customizable paper cups, is based in another ...

Classic cars: Boyhood memory builds Studebaker loyalty

Chicago Daily Herald - Feb 6, 2017
Jack Shafer started work with Studebaker in 1958 when he was hired as the Midwest regional service manager. He covered six states in his company issued Commander, providing support to dealerships. On several occasions, he brought along Rick, who ...

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Cuba's Car Culture: Celebrating the Island's Automotive Love Affair

by: Tom Cotter

Welcome to Cuba's automotive time capsule, filled with classic cars.

The story of how Cuba came to be trapped in automotive time is a fascinating one. For decades, the island country had enjoyed healthy tourism trade and American outpost status, and by the 1950s it had the highest per capita automotive purchasing of any Latin American country - its middle class ensured an interesting variety of vehicles plying the roads. But when Cuba fell to communist rebels in 1959, so ended the inflow of new cars.
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Studebaker: The Complete History

by: Patrick Foster

The Studebaker history is a short one, and a sad one at that, but inside Studebaker, you'll find a meticulously crafted history of the early automobile. Studebaker began business as a builder of covered wagons. By 1921 they were the number four automaker in the nation. By 1932 they were bankrupt. And for Studebaker, one of the most remarkable stories in American automotive history, that was only the beginning. Studebaker: America's Most Successful Independent Automaker tells the full and fabulously colorful history of this icon of the American automotive scene.
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More Than They Promised: The Studebaker Story

by: Thomas Bonsall
This lavishly illustrated book on the famous automobile manufacturer traces the Studebaker family from its arrival in America in 1736, to the beginnings of the wagon business under John M. Studebaker and his brothers in the nineteenth century, to the family’s entry into the automobile industry in 1902, to the last Studebaker automobile to roll off the assembly line in 1966.

The book, however, is much more than the story of a family business; it is also, in microcosm, the story of the industrial development of America.
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Virgil Exner: Visioneer: The official biography of Virgil M. Exner, designer extraordinaire

by: Peter Grist

The story of a man that brought his own personal style to the world of industrial design, from automobiles to powerboats. Some 50 years after his design masterpieces wrested styling leadership away from General Motors - Harley Earl. Thirty four years after his untimely death, Virgil Exner's name still remains inexorably linked to the Chrysler Corporation in the minds of car enthusiasts worldwide.

For an all too brief period, Exner's name epitomised all that was great and exciting in America.
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Studebaker: Less Than They Promised (1 of 2)

1983 PBS documentary about the famed independent carmaker, which started out building horse-drawn carriages, transitioned to building automobiles, and ...

The Studebaker Museum

The Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana shows the history of Studebaker buggies, wagons. and a few automobiles as well! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please ...

Turbo Diesel STUDEBAKER Pickup Truck!?

Studebaker Pickup Truck spewing out 1000ft/lbs of TORQUE!? This badass rod definitely caught us by surprise in Phoenix, AZ during Street Car Takeover's ...

Engine Rebuilding - Disassembly of the '62 Studebaker 289

1962 Studebaker 289 engine disassembly. Tearing the engine down completely, removing the cylinder heads, camshaft, lifters, rocker arms, crankshaft, cam ...

Engine Rebuilding 1962 Studebaker

This will be a new series about engine rebuilding. How to remove, disassemble, inspect components, clean, machine, reassemble, and get running again.