President Lincoln's Barouche
Adopted by: Dan and Doris Weninger

Marquis de Lafayette's Barouche
Adopted by: William A. Panzica

1893 Columbian Wagon
Adopted by: Don Jones

1934 President
Adopted by: Melvin France

1956 Packard Predictor
Adopted by: Missouri/Illinois Gateway Chapter SDC

1931 Studebaker Six Roadster
Adopted by: Richard Holcomb Family & Los Angeles Chapter SDC

1932 President Convertible Coupe
Adopted by: Tri-State Chapter SDC

1957 Golden Hawk 400
Adopted by: Walt and Kristy Botich

1964 Daytona Hardtop
Adopted by: Iowa Hawkeye Chapter SDC

1947 Champion Deluxe Station Wagon
Adopted by: Keystone Region Chapter SDC

1966 Cruiser
Adopted by: Hamilton Chapter SDC

1924 Light Six
Adopted by: Kent Haberle and Carol Moore

Bendix "SWC"
Adopted by: Susie and Edward Levy in Honor of the Vic Freeman & Eli Spicer

1928 Fire Truck
Adopted by: Karel Staple SDC

1920 Farm Wagon

1920 Farm Wagon
Adopted by: Sagebrush Chapter SDC

1927 President Limousine
Adopted by: John & Judy Farrell

1963 "Ron Hall" Avanti
Adopted by: Canadian Avanti Owners Association

1936 Ace Cab-Over Truck
Adopted by: Atlantic Canada Chapter

1922 Children's Hearse
Adopted by: Ali & Dan Carmignani and Charlie & Mimi Panzica

1964 Pursuit Marshal
Adopted by: Heart of Ohio Chapter SDC

1950 Champion Convertible
Adopted by: Indy Chapter SDC

1909 Backward-Forward Car, Peg
Adopted by: Midway Chapter, SDC

1958 Packard Hawk

1958 Packard Hawk
Adopted by: The Pasquale Family in Memory of Matthew J. Pasquale

1963 Avanti
Adopted by: Avanti Club of Florida

1950 Commander Starlight Coupe
Adopted by: North Georgia Chapter SDC in Memory of Tom Elliott

1963 Cab-Forward Truck Prototype
Adopted by: Studebaker Truck Farmers

1954 Commander Starlight (Bob Bourke's Car)
Adopted by: Indy Chapter SDC

1937 President Chassis and Body Drop
Adopted by: The Antique Studebaker Club

1949 2R5 Pickup Truck
Adopted by: Jim & Joyce Embrey

1917 Series 18 Touring Car
Adopted by: Southern California ASC

1928 Commander Roadster
Adopted by: Chester and Nancy Bradfield

1927 Commander
Adopted by: North Alabama Chapter Studebaker Drivers Club

1913 Model 25 Touring
Adopted by: Western Lake Erie Chapter

1920 Light Six
Adopted by: Bob and Cari Palma

1947 M5 Pickup Truck
Adopted by: Gene Latham

1919 Izzer Buggy
Adopted by: Western Lake Erie Chapter

1956 President Classic
Adopted by: Terry & Rebecca Grube

1925 Big Six Duplex Phaeton
Adopted by: Nyal & Pat Weaver

1958 Scotsman
Adopted by: Gene Wilkeson & Keith Wilkeson

1961 Champ
Adopted by: John and Marilyn Kircher

1962 Lark/Cruiser Prototype
Adopted by: Bill Panzica and Family

1912 Flanders 20
Adopted by: Bill and Sheila Pressler

1916 6-50 Doctor's Coupe
Adopted by: Tri-Spokes Chapter SDC

1857 Doctor's Buggy
Adopted by: Donna and Dale Chenoweth

1920 Light Six Racing

1920 Light Six
Adopted by: Bryan Ogden

1937 Coupe Express
Adopted by: Rebecca Bonham

1963 Zip Van
Adopted by: South Georgia Chapter SDC

1933 Rockne
Adopted by: Randall and Lane Keller

1959 Lark Rear-Engine Prototype
Adopted by: Dennis Kryder

1939 Champion
Adopted by: Studebakers of Southern Oregon

1940 Champion
Adopted by: Robert and Marcia Ebert

1943 Weasel
Adopted by: Big Six River Bend Chapter

1950 Champion Convertible
Adopted by: Jim King

 The Muppet Car (1951 Commander)
Adopted by: Heart of America Chapter SDC

1962 Lark Daytona
Adopted by: Charles S. Ray

1913 E6 Touring Car

1913 E6 Touring Car
Adopted by: Northland Wheels Chapter SDC

1905 Sleigh
Adopted by: Josh Aerie and Melissa Berke

1962 Sceptre Prototype
Adopted by: Charles and Susan Edmonson

1962 Fastback Prototype
Adopted by: Keystone Region Chapter SDC

1962 Notchback Prototype
Adopted by: Keystone Region Chapter SDC

1963 Lark
Adopted by: Stu and Thelma Chapman

1963 Lark Daytona Convertible
Adopted by: Brian Thomas

1992 M825

1992 M825
Adopted by:

1903 Spring Wagon
Adopted by: Studebaker National Foundation

World War 1 Ambulance
Adopted by: Studebakers of Southern Oregon

1961 Hawk
Adopted in Loving Memory of Grandpa Ron Hickman 1940-2017

1937 Dictator
Adopted by: Studebakers of Southern Oregon