1953 Studebaker | Old Car


In 1953 Studebaker radically redesigned all of its models and discontinued the 1947–1952 panoramic “5-passenger” (“Starlight”) coupe. Studebaker sedans rode on an 116 in (2,900 mm) wheelbase, although emphasis was placed on the sports car like “Loewy” 2-door coupes that rode on Studebaker’s longer 120 in (3,000 mm) wheelbase. Offered in both Champion and Commander model ranges, the coupes were available as pillared and hardtop body styles. Hardtop coupes were designated Starliners while the Starlight designation was applied to the five window pillared coupes.

4 thoughts on “1953 Studebaker | Old Car”

  1. I miss the American cars of old. I used to wait impatiently to see what the new American cars looked like. now the most of them looks the same, foreign or American, if you can call them American, you have to read closely at what you are buying as there is very few true American cars any more. please take me back to when we used to argue over which American car was the best, fastest, pretiest, dependable, and what driver would win in your favorite one.

  2. The pic is a little misleading as Studebaker never made a car like this, they should have , but they didnt

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