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Car of the Week: 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk

If all the clergymen in the state of Florida ever decided to get together and bring their cars in for a friendly church picnic and car show, Bill Ladroga and his beautiful 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk would have more than a fighting chance to make off with “Best in Show” honors.

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A First and Last at the Studebaker National Museum

First ’35 Studebaker President and one of the last pre-WW II 1942 models

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Stude’ Cruiser

1932 St. Regis Brougham street rod cuts a unique profile
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Cruise-in at the Studebaker Museum

National museum to host 1st Annual "Hot August Nights" Cruise-in
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Car of the Week: 1933 Studebaker President Eight

The mighty were falling in the Depression-plagued 1930s. Deusenberg, Pierce-Arrow and Auburn were among the casualties. But Studebaker soldiered on, thanks in part to its commitment to produce timeless vehicles like the 1933 President Eight.
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Studebaker Daytona now a rare ‘sleeper’

With a top speed of 132 mph and 0-to-60 acceleration of 7.8 seconds, Studebaker’s R4 Daytona could show its taillights to any production sedan. More »

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The Antique Studebaker Club

The Antique Studebaker Club was founded in California in  1971. The purposes of the club preserve and appreciate all Studebaker-built vehicles produced through the 1946 model year and M-Series trucks produced through the 1948 model year More »

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