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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Studebaker Factories, South Bend -- 1900

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Studebaker Factories, South Bend -- 1900

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1918.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Clement Studebaker, 1831-1901

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Clement Studebaker (1831-1901)

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1918.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
John Mohler Studebaker, 1833-1917

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John Mohler Studebaker (1833-1917)

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1918.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
H. & C. Studebaker Factory, 1856

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H. & C. Studebaker Factory, 1856

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1918.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Relics in Studebaker Museum

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General Grant's Carriage, used during his last term, 1873-1877

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Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1918.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Types of Studebaker Electric Automobiles

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Runabout, 1902

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1918.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Light-Six five-passenger Sedan

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Light-Six two-passenger Coupe-Roadster

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Light-Six three-passenger Roadster

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Plan view of chassis

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker leadership

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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The Studebaker Factories, 1922

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Specifications of Touring Car

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker price list, January 7, 1922

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker facts

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Chassis and chassis mechanism

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Plant No. 1, South Bend, with Plant No. 2 in distance, showing new closed body plants in foreground and at left, with administration building in left foreground

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Plant No. 1, South Bend, with Plant No. 2 in distance, showing new closed body plants in foreground and at left, with administration building in left foreground, 1924

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation

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Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
President Harrison's Carriage

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President Harrison's Carriage

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Albert Russel Erskine, President, The Studebaker Corporation

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Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Studebaker Shop and Home, Ashland, Ohio, 1835

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Studebaker Shop and Home, Ashland, Ohio, 1835

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Studebaker Plant, 1868

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Studebaker Plant, 1868

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Studebaker Plant, 1872 -- Studebaker Plant, 1876

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Studebaker Plant, 1872 and 1876

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
Studebaker Plants, South Bend, 1890 -- Studebaker Plants, South Bend,1910

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Studebaker Plants, South Bend, 1890 and 1910

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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History of the Studebaker Corporation
President Abraham Lincoln's Carriage

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President Abraham Lincoln's Carriage

Source of Image:
Albert Russel Erskine (1871-1933)
History of the Studebaker Corporation
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1924.

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Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile

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Mechanical features

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
The Studebaker Light Six: the World’s Greatest Light-Weight Automobile
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1922.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Cover

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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President Eight State Brougham for Five

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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President Eight State Coupe for Four

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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President Eight State Sedan for Seven

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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President Eight State Tourer for Seven

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Mechanical features

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Mechanical features

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Mechanical features

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Specifications

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Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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Studebaker proving ground, 1931

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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President Eight Sedan for Five

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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President Eight State Victoria for Five

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control

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President Eight Four-Season Convertible Roadster for Four

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation of America
World Champion Studebaker President Eight with Free Wheeling Under Positive Gear Control
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation of America, 1931.

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New Champion: A Manual for the Studebaker Salesman

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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Loewy, in his New York studios, examine one of the many miniature models which sere given critical consideration before the new Studebaker Champion took its final form.

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation
New Champion: A Manual for the Studebaker Salesman
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1939.

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New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look

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Studebaker Corporation
The New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1953.

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New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look

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Studebaker Corporation
The New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1953.

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New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look

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Studebaker Corporation
The New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1953.

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New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look

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Studebaker Corporation
The New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1953.

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New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look

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Specifications 1953 Studebakers

Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation
The New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1953.

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New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look

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Studebaker Corporation
The New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1953.

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New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look

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Source of Image:
Studebaker Corporation
The New 1953 Studebaker: The New American Car With the European Look
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1953.

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Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book

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Famous features that sell the Hawks

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker-Packard Corporation, 1958.

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Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book

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Hawk styling

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker-Packard Corporation, 1958.

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Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book

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Hawk series by Studebaker

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker-Packard Corporation, 1958.

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Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book

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Hawk styling

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker-Packard Corporation, 1958.

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Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book

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Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
Studebaker-Packard for ’58: Salesman’s Data Book
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker-Packard Corporation, 1958.

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[Studebaker Silver Hawk loose leaf]

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Studebaker Silver Hawk

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
[Studebaker Silver Hawk loose leaf]
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker-Packard Corporation, 1958.

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[Studebaker Silver Hawk loose leaf]

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Studebaker Silver Hawk

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
[Studebaker Silver Hawk loose leaf]
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker-Packard Corporation, 1958.

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[Studebaker Golden Hawk loose leaf]

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About this Image:
Studebaker Golden Hawk

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
[Studebaker Golden Hawk loose leaf]
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1958.

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[Studebaker Golden Hawk loose leaf]

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About this Image:
Studebaker Golden Hawk

Source of Image:
Studebaker-Packard Corporation
[Studebaker Golden Hawk loose leaf]
South Bend, Ind.: Studebaker Corporation, 1958.

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