The 1950s Classic Studebaker Cars Channel covers popular antique Studebakers from the decade. Take a look under the hoods of 1950s classic Studebaker cars.
Besides being the first modern V-8 from an independent, this classic car put Studebaker at least three years ahead of Chevrolet/Ford/Plymouth. Even by today's standards, the average 28 mpg fuel efficiency is impressive. Get more specs for this car.
Depending on whom you ask, the 1956-1961 Studebaker Hawk was either a clumsy, cluttered version of the breathtaking "Loewy coupe" or a remarkably clever repackaging job. Read about the 1956-1961 Studebaker Hawk, one of the early sporty personal cars.
The 1952 Studebaker marked the company's centenary -- 100 years of proud business. This car was designed and built in order to commemorate this historic event for the Studebaker company. Find out if the 1952 Studebaker was a fitting tribute.
Studebaker had its best years with the Commander and Champion in 1950 and 1951. The styling was intended to be the new look for cars. It failed to start a new trend, but sales remained high. Learn about the bullet-nose Studebakers and see their specifications.
The 1955 Studebaker President Speedster featured high performance and a stylish interior that appealed to consumers. We might question some of the color combinations today, but there is still much to recommend this collectible car.
The 1958 Studebaker President/Commander Starlight models were a rare misstep from Studebaker, but they are more valuable for their uniqueness. Read about the questionable design of this model and see its specifications.
Only 3,610 1956 Studebaker Sky Hawks were built, giving it a low-production appeal. Good styling, handling, and fine performance made the Sky Hawk a highly sought-after classic. See other reasons why the Sky Hawk is a great collectible.
The 1953-1954 Studebaker Champion Regal Starlight and Starliner are among the most desirable classic cars due to their near-perfect styling. Read why this model is so well-designed and check out its specifications.
The 1951 Studebaker Commander boasted Studebaker's innovative 232 V-8 engine and striking bullet-nose styling. Sales were high thanks to the good performance and styling. Learn more about this collectible car.
Despite issues with quality and production, 1953-1954 Studebaker Commander Regal Starlight/Starliner models are very collectible vintage cars. Compare these models to similar ones and get the full range of specifications in this article.
The 1952 Studebaker Commander State Starliner was Studebaker's first hardtop convertible. Over time some have criticized its ''shovel'' snout, but this has changed in recent years. Learn facts and specifications of this collectible car.
The 1956-1957 Studebaker President Classic models were luxuriously appointed, but even that wasn't enough to keep Studebaker alive. They were not in high demand, even among Studebaker fans due to the unattractive styling. Learn more about this classic.