Studebaker was an American wagon and automobile manufacturer based in South Bend, Indiana, with a building at 1600 Broadway, Times Square, Midtown Manhattan, New York City.
Studebaker is “First by Far with a Postwar Car.” The company’s new 1947 Champions and Commanders debut in May and feature radical styling by Raymond Loewy Associates. Studebaker establishes itself as a styling leader.
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Founded before the Civil War as a maker of horse-drawn carriages, American manufacturer Studebaker began selling horseless carriages shortly after the turn of the twentieth century. The company manufactured a variety of cars, wagons and military vehicles.
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Ottawa GOP's Joel Studebaker leaves to help run Michigan GOPYAHOO!News3 hours ago
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Studebaker, who recently took over as Ottawa County GOP chair, is leaving to become Kristina Karamo's chief of staff.
The Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company called themselves “The World on Wheels” and made their first electric automobile in 1902, followed their first gas-powered model two years later. By the 1920s, Studebaker was truly a top automotive brand.