Studebaker 1938 

USA

Commander
State Commander
President  


Studebaker period advertisement of May 1938.

Commander (6 cyl., 226.2 cu.in., 90 h.p.; wb: 116.5 in.) - new model
Sedan
Business Coupé
Club Sedan
Convertible Sedan
Station Wagon
President (8 cyl., 250.4 cu.in., 110 h.p.; wb: 122 in.)
Sedan
Club Sedan
Convertible Sedan
Coupé-Express
Pick-up

Model ranges: Commander, State Commander and State President Eight. US prices (for Cruiser Sedans): $965, $1040 and $1205 respectively.

No extra charge for any of these extra value Studebaker features:
• Planar independent suspension . . . The famous Miracle Ride
• Automatic hill holder . . . No rolling back on up-grade stops
• Non-slam rotary door latches . . . Finger-touch closing
• One-piece steel body reinforced with box-section steel girders . . . Battleship construction
• Fram oil cleaner and floating oil screen . . . Better oil and motor economy
• Finest hydraulic shock absorbers . . . Lullaby comfort
• Variable ratio steering . . . Easier parking and better control
• Horizontal transmission . . . Restfully level front floors
• Oversize weather-tight trunk . . . Giant luggage capacity
• Front seat 55 inches -wide . . . seats three comfortably
• Safety glass all around . . . Indispensable protection
• Feather-touch hydraulic brakes . . . Swift, sure stopping
• Hypoid gear rear axle . . . Greater quiet

 

 


Commander


 


 


Commander Coupé

 

 

State Commander


State Commander Converible Sedan

 


State Commander Converible Sedan


Studebaker State Commander Six features vacuum-actuated gearshift (control on dashboard), freewheel transmission and automatic hillholder as standard equipment. Commander models have conventional (round) headlamps.


State Commander Cruising Sedan
 


State Commander Coupe

 


President


State President Convertible Sedan


State President Convertible Sedan

 


State President Convertible Sedan


State President Sedan

 


Trucks


Coupé-Express

 


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