Automobiles | 7 (2015)

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1952 Studebaker — Connecticut

Studebaker manufactured vehicles in its South Bend, Indiana from 1852 until closing in 1967. The Commander badge was one of the longest lived modes of the Studebaker line, first appearing in the 1920s and lasting until the company’s demise.

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1952 Studebaker Commander

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16 responses to “Automobiles | 7 (2015)

  1. I love photos of Studebakers – my family had a Studebaker Lark when I was little. It was a subject of great amusement with one particular uncle, but I have only fond memories of that car.

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