Desire for unique old car: 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk
Motor Matters photoA total of 8,388 Gran Turismo Hawks were built in the 1962 model year, all of them streamlined hardtop coupes with a base price of $3,095. The 15-inch wheels are dressed up with a set of full wheel covers. Although the Studebaker is ...
New Exhibit Examines One-Time Studebaker Proving Ground
The Studebaker National Museum is marking the Studebaker Proving Ground's 90th anniversary with an exhibit titled "Proving the Product: Studebaker's Proving Ground." The South Bend Tribune reports the exhibit features images and videos chronicling the ...
1958 Studebaker Scotsman Wagon
The Scotsman arrived in 1957, in a time when the Studebaker-Packard alliance was still struggling to recover financially after a couple of disastrous years with slow sales and numerous disputes within the company. Fearing bankruptcy, Studebaker-Packard ...
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Classic Cars of the Fifties
by: Bruce LaFontaine, Coloring Books
Americans have always loved their cars — and at no other time in automotive history were they more appreciated and enjoyed than during the postwar 1950s. People clamored for new cars, and auto manufacturers obliged with designs that conveyed power and "Jet-Age" styling.
Illustrator Bruce LaFontaine portrays the exciting cars of this period in a collection spotlighting the sleek 1950 Mercury two-door sedan; a luxurious 1952 Cadillac four-door sedan; a 1953 Buick Skylark convertible with chrome wire wheels; and the rocket-nosed 1954 Studebaker Starliner two-door coupe; as well as the following:.
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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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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!
Studebaker US6 \
In the summer of 2009 this 1945 Studebaker US6 with its Hercules JXD engine was brought back to life and driven 75 miles back to civilization after being ...
1953 Studebaker Starliner
Lance Lambert, host of The Vintage Vehicle Show, talks to the owner of this 1953 Studebaker Starliner at a car show in Lake Tapps, Washingotn.
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