Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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December 1902.
March 1912. Flanders 15/20 hp.
August 1914.
1914. Studebaker 20hp Landau Roadster.
March 1916.
January 1920.
January 1920.
October 1922.
October 1922.
October 1922.
October 1922.
November 1922.
November 1922.
June 1923. Light Six.
August 1926. Standard Six 5-seater.
1932. Studebaker Rockne. Exhibit at Motor Museum of Western Australia.
October 1936. Dictator.
October 1936.
October 1936.
December 1937.
Reg No. ASL 194.
Reg No. ASL 194.
1944. Studebaker Weasel.
October 1949.
Studebaker Pick-up. Reg No: BE-25-83.
1964. Studebaker Avanti. 4,738 cc. Exhibit at the Franschhoek Motor Museum.

See Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Co

Studebaker were better known for their large cars in Britain.

They built horse-drawn vehicles for a number of years followed by electric ones.

Later on still cars and petrol engined commercial chassis were developed.

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Cars see the 1917 Red Book

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of Petrol Motor Commercial Vehicles see the 1917 Red Book

1925 A range of normal-control chassis with 5.9 litre six-cylinder engines were used in the cars.

1951 Exhibitor at the 1951 Motor Show in the Car Section.


  • A collection of PSVs went from seating 14 passengers to large single-deckers with an eight-cylinder petrol engine. Black and White Motorways had eight of this particular design.
  • 1928 Fourteen were running on the express service from Glasgow.

See Also


Sources of Information

  • Ian Allan - British Buses Since 1900 - Aldridge and Morris