Rock River Valley Chapter Studebaker Drivers Club
Studebaker and Other Automotive Trivia
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Automotive History
Hood Ornament History
 
 
Automotive Firsts
First Air Conditioning
Automotive Firsts
First All Steel Top Automobile Body
Automotive Firsts
First Electric Headlights 
Automotive Firsts 
First Electric Starter
Automotive Firsts
First Fully Automatic Transmission
Automotive Firsts
First Hydraulic Brakes
Automotive Firsts 
First Power Steering
Automotive Firsts
First Power Windows 
Automotive Firsts 
First Automobile Radio 
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First VIN Number
 
 
Brass Era
The colorful story of Walter E Flanders and the Flanders "20", manufactured by EMF a totally owned Studebaker Company 1910 to 1912.
Brass Era
The story of the Metz Motor Company.

 
Studebaker
A lengthy article, originally published in the Oct. 2003 issue of Turning Wheels, about a trip in a 1913 Studebaker car from Iowa to California
Studebaker
Studebaker went bankrupt in 1933?  See this article for details.
Studebaker
An article copied from "Automobile Topics" 1912, in which they detailed the separation of Flanders and Studebaker, a interesting read.
Studebaker 
Studebaker Presidents and their service dates
 
 
Unusual Cars 40s
The Tucker 48, an interesting read about this historical car.
 
 
Automotive Legends
Erskine, Studebaker president 1915 - 1933.
Automotive Legends
Billy Durant, Father of General Motors.
Automotive Legends
Gary Hoffman co-savior of Studebaker.
Automotive Legends
Harold Vance co-savior of Studebaker.
Automotive Legends
James Nance President of Packard - Studebaker.
Automotive Legends
Automotive Designer Raymond Loewy.
Automotive Legends
Walter P. Chrysler Founder Chrysler.
Automotive Legends
Charles Nash Founder of Nash Motors.
Automotive Legends
Barney Roos, Studebaker Chief Engineer, 1926 to 1936.