Studebaker Ultimate Portfolio 1946-66 Zoom

Studebaker Ultimate Portfolio 1946-66


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This collection of magazine articles includes Champion, Land Cruiser, Conestoga, Commander, Starliner, President, Speedster, Hawk, Lark, Avanti, Cruiser, and Daytona models.

Studebaker released their 'coming or going' sedans in 1947 which were styled in collaboration with the famous Raymond Loewy Studios, and were the first in America to come out with a completely new postwar style of automobile. The fact that they were pre-war mechanically made no difference to a car-starved America - it was the style that counted. Sales were high initially, but after 1950 numbers started to decline. In 1953 Studebaker introduced the well-received Starliner series of convertibles. The Silver and Golden Hawk were then developed from these coupes. The compact Lark was introduced in 1959, which brought a fresh new style to the product range, and some excitement from the V8-engined versions. Then came the stunning Avanti. Unfortunately, fewer than 5,000 were made, each one at a loss. The company was unable to generate sufficient profit to finance design and de

Pages: 208
Size: 8 X 10.75 (inches)
Format: Paperback
Illustrations: 30 Color & 300 B/W Photos
Publisher: Marston Book Services, LTD
ISBN: 9781855207752
Product Code: ST46UP