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Automotive competition of elegance blooms Saturday at Copshaholm gardens in South Bend.


South Bend Tribune - Aug 9, 2018
Each vehicle will be entered in one of 10 classes (categories): one of a kind; Studebaker Hawks; Auburns, Cords and Duesenbergs; European; post-WWII American convertibles; Hoosier centenarians (Indiana-made vehicles more than 100 years old); Hoosier ...
 

Studebaker Museum shows off 'Ten Cars That Changed the World'


South Bend Tribune - Jul 29, 2018
The Ford Model T, the VW Beetle and the classic World War II Jeep were sure bets to make a list of the most iconic vehicles since the dawn of the auto age. But an early 1980s Dodge minivan, complete with imitation wood siding? Think about it. The ...
 

Me & My Car: They just don't make 'em like they made the '63 Studebaker


The Mercury News - Jul 22, 2018
Click here if you are having trouble viewing this gallery on a mobile device. The history of Studebaker dates back to 1852, when two of the five Studebaker brothers opened a blacksmith shop in South Bend, Indiana. Another brother moved to Placerville ...
 

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History of Studebaker Documentary


History of the brand Studebaker, by Discovery documentary.
 

The Studebaker Museum


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

What happened to Studebaker


 

Studebaker Car history


Studebaker Car history.
 

1959 Studebaker Pickup


This 1959 Studebaker pickup is a four-wheel drive three-quarter ton sent across the country by Studebaker to generate fleet sales, with a NAPCO conversion.