This vehicle was crafted by John Clement
Studebaker around 1835 for his family’s journey from Penns..
The Centennial Wagon was constructed specifically for the United States Centennial
Exposition in Ph..
A variety of bobsled sizes and configurations were available. This bobsled would have cost $67.52 ne..
This vehicle is the oldest gasoline-powered Studebaker in existence. It bears serial number C-..
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..
This wagon comes equipped with an Oliver made pick-axe. This wagon is quite small which makes it wel..
-Studebaker’s 1916 offerings featured both four
and six-cylinder models.-The Roadster was Studebake..
Studebaker made 8,000 Escort Wagons for the USA during
World War I.
Wagons such as these saw use..
The Special Six was positioned just below the Big Six in Studebaker’s model line-up. It remained in ..
This Big Six was purchased new in Ventura, California in 1918 by Mr. Norman. Over the next two..
The Big Six was Studebaker’s top-of-the-line model in 1919. This Big Six is the Touring Car body sty..
On a rainy October day in 1927 near Atlantic City, New
Jersey, three Studebaker Commanders set out ..
• This fire truck was purchased new by the St. Joseph, Michigan, Fire Department.
• Studebaker supp..
All 1932 Studebaker Presidents are accredited as Full Classics® by the Classic Car
Club of America,..
• Studebaker’s 2R-Series truck line was introduced for 1949.
• It was conceived by Studebaker desig..