The last Studebaker leaves the Hamilton plant on March 17

Oct 1966 The last Studebaker leaves the Hamilton plant on March 17 The Studebaker Corporation’s vehicle collection and company archives are given to the City of South Read More →

The Studebaker Corporation closes its South Bend plant in December

Oct 1963 The Studebaker Corporation closes its South Bend plant in December Production continues at Studebaker’s Hamilton, Ontario, Read More →

The Lark is introduced as a 1959 model

Oct 1958 The Packard line is discontinued; the Lark is introduced as a 1959 Read More →

The Studebaker-Packard Corporation is formed

Oct 1954 The Studebaker Corporation and the Packard Motor Car Company join forces to form The Studebaker-Packard Read More →

Studebaker’s Starliner hardtop debuts to critical acclaim

Oct 1953 Studebaker’s Starliner hardtop debuts to critical acclaim The award-winning design was penned by Raymond Loewy Associates’ Robert Read More →

Studebaker introduces its iconic “Bullet Nose” look

Oct 1950 Studebaker introduces its iconic “bullet nose” look   A company-record 343, 166 automobiles are produced in Read More →

Studebaker is “First by Far with a Postwar Car”

Oct 1946 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 Read More →