Studebaker 1935 

Dictator
Commander
President


President Berline

Dictator (6 cyl., 205.3 cu.in., 88 h.p.; wb: 114 in.)
Sedan
Coupé
Land Cruiser Sedan
Roadster
Commander (8 cyl., 250.4 cu.in., 107 h.p.; wb: 119 in.) - end of prod.
Sedan
Roadster
Land Cruiser Sedan
President (8 cyl., 250.4 cu.in., 110 h.p.; wb: 123 in.)
Sedan
Berline
Coupé
Roadster
Land Cruiser Sedan

"Skyway silhouette." No one else thought of that, one. The Dictators, Commanders, and Presidents have bodies of steel reinforced by steel, these days. And that's no comment on the political situation, but a simple engineering improvement. Presidents, by the way, come about twice as high as Dictators. "Slim silvery radiators, intriguing new hood louvers, and gull's wing fenders" are part of that, skyway silhouette. Compound hydraulic brakes especially designed for super-strength. And an "exclusive with Studebaker" new independent planar wheel suspension, said to add restfulness to the ride. Each wheel for itself.

 


 


 


 

ONLY four other motor cars of American manufacture - and those the costliest - compare in luxurious appointments and brilliant performance with this latest and greatest creation of Studebaker guild craftsmanship.
Its beautiful skyway silhouette design is magnificently complemented by interiors that rival the most envied custom productions in luxuriousness.
Mechanically, this President is superior to any of those distinguished Presidents of former years which have triumphed so spectacularly in stock car and speedway racing. Indeed, every world reCord from 3,000 to 30,000 miles is held by Studebaker Presidents.
This car introduces, among other advances, a truly marvelous new super-range transmission which automatically goes into action as high speeds are attained. This remarkable engineering achievement enables the great President power plant to perform with increased brilliance yet without any evident exertion of effort. Even when you touch top speed you seem to be just gliding.
And also embodied in this majestic new President are those two other great Studebaker contributions of 1935 -an exclusive independent planar wheel suspension and specially designed new compound hydraulic brakes of super-strength.
The one, combined with truly automatic ride control, gives the most restful rear-seat as well as front-scat ride in America. The other insures the world's smoothest, swiftest, safest, straight-line stopping.
Your nearby Studebaker dealer will be pleased to place one of these 1935 Presidents in your service for a driving trial without obligation. President models, $1245 and up. Other Studebaker models as low as $695 at the factory.


President Eight Four-Door Sedan


President Custom Sedan for Six Passenger


President Eight Convertible Roadster


President Land Cruiser