Studebaker Eighteen Choices In Style And Power With The Big Difference For 1957


Studebaker Eighteen Choices In Style And Power With The Big Difference For 1957

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Studebaker Eighteen Choices In Style And Power With The Big Difference For 1957:
$15


STUDEBAKER (President, Commander, Champion and Hawk), "Studebaker: Eighteen Choices In Style and Power With the Big Difference":8 page color folder, 14x11. Cover is photograph showing Studebaker Golden Hawk, President Classic and Broadmoor Station Wagon at toll booth. Folder opens to 28x22 layout with photo renderings of President Classic Sedan, Club Sedan and Sedan; Commander and Champion Custom and DeLuxe Sedans and Club Sedans; Golden Hawk and Silver Hawk; and Broadmoor, Provincial and Parkview Station Wagons, with discussion. Reverse side has eleven photographs, photo renderings and drawings showing exterior, interior, engine, chassis and features. Includes discussion and specifications.

Studebaker Eighteen Choices In Style And Power With The Big Difference For 1957:
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