This vehicle was crafted by John Clement
Studebaker around 1835 for his family’sjourney from Pennsy..
Studebaker produced hearses in both its horse-drawn and automobile eras. This hearse belonged to the..
The Centennial Wagon was constructed specifically for the United States Centennial
Exposition in Ph..
-This would have cost $67.52 new-This was the 1/2 size model
-A variety of sizes and conf..
This vehicle is the oldest gasoline-powered Studebaker in existence. It bears serial number C-..
• This Sleigh was sold at the Studebaker Repository on Michigan Avenue in Chicago,
• This wagon was a closed-top luxury vehicle - not a family vehicle - like a modern
station wagon a..
• One of two electric vehicles purchased by the United States Government to transport
• Packard automobiles were America’s preeminant luxury cars during this era.
• From the original St..
-This wagon comes equipped with an Oliver made pick-axe-The wagons are quite small which makes them ..
Studebaker’s 1913 models
include both four and six cylinder automobiles.
All 1913 Studeba..
-Studebaker’s 1916 offerings featured both four
and six-cylinder models.-The Roadster was Studebake..
• The Special Six was positioned just below the Big Six in Studebaker’s model line-up.
• It remaine..
• The Big Six was Studebaker’s top-of-the-line model in 1917.
• This Big Six is the Touring Car bod..
This Big Six was purchased new
in Ventura, California in 1918 by Mr. Norman. Over the ne..
This record-setting Light Six was prepared by San Francisco’s Chester N. Weaver