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1937 Studebaker Pick-up (Blue)
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Van

AVAILABILITY: In stock (8 items)

BODY TYPE: Van

Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box  

£120.00
1952 Studebaker R-5 Pick-Up "Stude-Service"
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Van

AVAILABILITY: In stock (11 items)

BODY TYPE: Van

Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box  

£120.00
1950 Studebaker - Wrecker
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Van

AVAILABILITY: In stock (9 items)

BODY TYPE: Van

Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box  

£120.00
1937 Studebaker Pick-up (Yellow)
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Van

AVAILABILITY: In stock (15 items)

BODY TYPE: Van

Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box  

£120.00
1950 Studebaker Van (Blue)
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Van

AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock

BODY TYPE: Van

Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box  

£120.00
1952 Studebaker R-5 Pick-Up
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Van

AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock

BODY TYPE: Van

Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box  

£120.00
1954 Studebaker Conestoga Ambulet
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AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock

BODY TYPE: Ambulance

Available only in the previously-styled cardboard box  

£120.00
1955 Studebaker Champion 4-Door Sedan
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (70 items)

BODY TYPE: Sedan

In 1953 Raymond Loewy’s Studebakers caused a sensation with the buying public, owing nothing to any other American-designed car on the market. By 1955 the original clean lines had been somewhat compromised by liberal applications of chrome, notably the front...

£160.00
1934 Studebaker Commander Landcruiser
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AVAILABILITY: Out of Stock

BODY TYPE: Sedan

Raymond Loewy’s early work can be seen in the fabulous Land Cruiser and it heralded many years of design influence not only with Studebaker but in everything from automotive design to Coca-Cola bottles. Available in the new collectors box and...

£140.00
1937 Studebaker Dictator Coupe
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AVAILABILITY: In stock (80 items)

BODY TYPE: Coupe

The Dictator name was first introduced in 1928 with the implication that Studebaker’s excellent car ‘dictated the standard for others to follow’. However, by 1937 the name had rather more sinister implications and from 1938 the Commander name was adopted....

£140.00

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