South Bend, IN – The Studebaker National Museum acquired a 1938 Studebaker State Commander convertible sedan this 7 days. This car is just one of only 224 developed for the 1938 model yr and is a single of much less than a fifty percent dozen regarded to survive. Studebaker’s 1938 versions highlighted all new bodies, with styling by Raymond Loewy Associates. The Convertible Sedan types observed really minimal generation and have been the most high priced models in Studebaker’s line-up that year. The coachwork was equipped by Central Production Firm of Connersville, Indiana, who had earlier developed bodies for its father or mother, Auburn Auto Business. The Museum’s Convertible Sedan is finished in Tulip Cream and trimmed in green leather-based upholstery.
The Studebaker National Museum is found at 201 Chapin St., just west of downtown South Bend. It is open up Mon.-Sat., 10am-5pm, and Sun. Noon–5pm. Admission is $11 for grownups, $9.50 for seniors above 60, and $7 for youth ages 6-18. For additional facts, you should contact the Museum at (574) 235-9714 or toll free at (888) 391-5600 or check out our web-site at www.studebakermuseum.org. For an more charge, website visitors can tour The Background Museum, which adjoins the Studebaker Nationwide Museum.
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