If ever a car was appropriately named, it was the 1939 Studebaker Champion. The Depression had taken its toll, and the very survival of America's oldest automaker depended on this budget-price entry for 1939. Check out the 1939 Studebaker Champion.
The 1939-1940 Studebaker Champion was a huge commercial success and helped put the one-time struggling carmaker back at the forefront. Read about this innovative passenger car in the low-price field and see pictures of this classic.
After dabbling in the truck market for many years, Studebaker joined the field again when it introduced the 1937 Studebaker Coupe-Express light-duty truck. Read about the history and details of the 1937-1939 Studebaker Coupe-Express truck line.
The 1934-1935 Studebaker Land Cruiser arrived during a time of great economic turmoil for the country and Studebaker in general. However, the Studebaker Land Cruiser became an instant hit because of its streamlined style. Learn about the 1934-1935 Studebaker Land Cruiser.
The 1938 Studebaker State President coupe was redesigned to increase sales, and many still regard the model as one of the best Studebakers of all time. The President offered magnificent motoring at bargain prices. Read more about this smooth ride.
The 1930-1933 Studebaker President Eight was a classic gracefully styled Depression-era car. In fact, it is widely regarded as the best automobile produced at South Bend. Learn facts and specifications of this collectible car.
The 1934-1939 Studebaker President Eight was the height of luxury, boasting great style and quality construction. And it only got better over the years, especially when Raymond Loewy restyled it in 1938. Learn about this collectible car.