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Studebaker

Studebaker was founded in 1852 and defunct in 1967. Originally, Studebaker was a producer of mining wagons, it switched to electric cars in 1902 and gasoline cars in 1904. Studebaker was acquired by Packard in 1954 and stopped producing cars in 1966.



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Erskine
1927 4door Sedan
1928 4door Sedan
Special Six
1920 Phaeton

Champion
1947 Regal DeLuxe Convertible
 
 
 

 
Champion
1950 2door Sedan
1953 Regal 4door Sedan
1958 Scotsman 2door Sedan
Commander
1955 4door Sedan
Pickup
1956 Transtar 3/4 ton Pickup
Silver Hawk
1957 Silver Hawk 289

 
Lark
1962 V8 2door Sedan
Commander
1964 259 2barrel Wagonaire
Avanti/Avanti II
1963 Avanti
1967 Avanti II
 


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