Friday, July 30, 2010

1950 Studebaker Champion Drawing

Nice article and great drawing by Joe Sherlock.

"Demand for the bullet-nose '50s proved so strong that Studebaker added a third shift at its large South Bend factory and ran its Southern California and Hamilton, Ontario, assembly plants at capacity. A 14-month long model year produced 343,164 cars - the most for any vehicle in Studebaker's long history. By the end of 1950, company employment was up to 25,000 - a peacetime record."

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1 comment:

Chaka said...

Bet you had a blast! I'm new to your blog, but I can't wait to read more.