Three large lead-acid
batteries powered a 40-volt Westinghouse motor, located under the sea..
This wagon was a closed-top luxury vehicle - not a family vehicle - like a modern
station wagon aut..
This is just one example of the many kinds of commercial
wagons made by Studebaker..
Packard automobiles were America’s preeminent luxury cars during this era.From the original Studebak..
This wagon comes equipped with an Oliver made pick-axe.This wagon is quite small which makes it well..
The Coupe has a top
speed of 21 miles per hour and a range of around 70 miles.
The car fe..
Studebaker’s 1913 models
include both four and six cylinder automobiles.
All 1913 Studeba..
The Big Six was Studebaker’s top-of-the-line model in 1919.This Big Six is the Touring Car body styl..
Studebaker’s 1934 President line offered exceptional value with modern streamlined
styling and a pl..
Studebaker’s Champion was all new for 1939 and marked the company’s first
successful entry into the..
• Studebaker’s 2R-Series truck line was introduced for 1949.
• It was conceived by Studebaker desig..
The 1953 Starliner is considered by many Studebaker’s design masterpiece.The Starliner’s design was ..
Studebaker offered several different models of pony and goat carts.This cart was owned by Dwight Eis..
The Studebaker brothers strongly supported Benjamin Harrison’s presidential
campaign.Once elected, ..
This Phaeton was used by President McKinley at his summer home in Canton, Ohio.Following McKinley’s ..