Studebaker Touring Car
- : 1916
The Studebaker brothers opened a blacksmith and wagon shop in 1852. They produced 100 wagons for the U.S. Government just five years later. By 1902 the company produced its first horseless-carraige which was electric powered. In 1904 they offered a 14 HP gasoline powered vehicle which sold for $1,600.
Advertised as the most powerful six-cylinder, seven passenger car available, the Studebaker company claimed that its 1915 model could hold its own against any six, eight or even twelve cylinder car on the market. Selling price was $1,050.