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Studebaker National Museum acquires 1938 Studebaker State Commander convertible sedan


South Bend, IN – The Studebaker National Museum acquired a 1938 Studebaker State Commander convertible sedan this week. This car is one of only 224 produced for the 1938 model year and is one of less than a half dozen known to survive. Studebaker’s 1938 models featured all new bodies, with styling by Raymond Loewy Associates. The Convertible Sedan models saw very limited production and were the most expensive models in Studebaker’s line-up that year. The coachwork was supplied by Central Manufacturing Company of Connersville, Indiana, who had previously produced bodies for its parent, Auburn Automobile Company. The Museum’s Convertible Sedan is finished in Tulip Cream and trimmed in green leather upholstery.

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