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This Studebaker vehicle model list includes photos of Studebaker vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old Studebaker cars on this list? You might also be interested in MG cars and Lancia vehicles. The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars.
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1963 Studebaker Sceptre
Studebaker Sceptre - Concepts
Founded in and incorporated in  as the Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company, the firm was originally a producer of wagons, buggies, carriages and harnesses. Studebaker continued to manufacture other diversified products after automobile production ceased in Studebaker entered the automotive business in with electric vehicles and in with gasoline vehicles, all sold under the name "Studebaker Automobile Company". The first gasoline automobiles to be fully manufactured by Studebaker were marketed in August
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Full List of Studebaker Models
Concept cars are all about being daring and exciting and forward-looking. Here are ten of history's most shameless, lazy, and strange excuses for concept cars, as chosen by Jalopnik readers. Welcome back to Answers of the Day — our daily Jalopnik feature where we take the best ten responses from the previous day's Question of the Day and shine it up to show off.
The s Studebaker concept cars, a collection of intriguing prototypes, represented one of the few bright spots for the proud but failing Studebaker company. The cars in this article were once called the "cars that could have saved Studebaker. By the time the first of these projected designs was broached in late , Studebaker's auto business was virtually beyond saving by any means. Its problems proved fatal soon enough: fast-falling demand for an aging group of cars, insufficient cash for getting out more competitive new designs, scant hope of finding a funding angel, and a general loss of public confidence -- the classic corporate death knell.