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Studebaker Commander Series

Model Year: 1966

Location of Manufacture: Hamilton, Ontario


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Look for this – the mark of the only car in ʻ64 that is truly different by design – Stude- baker. And for safety. . .

Just before safety how about style? Any woman wants a safe car, but she wants it to look as good as my wonderful new ʻ64 Studebaker does.

Now for safety ...

Fine, now go ahead.

Studebaker has full-size 15 inch wheels and sure-grip disc brakes, proved on racing cars and airliners to stand up safely to the severest repeated stops.

I donʼt understand how disc-brakes work, but going downhill in the rain last week, a truck tried to pass. I had to stop, fast. And I did, thanks to my Studebakerʼs disc brakes. Anything else would have been too little, too late. In a new Studebaker, youʼll really feel as though your family is surrounded with safety.

Take a fresh look at the ʻ64 Studebaker – itʼs a great new car!

Not just for safety, not just for style. My Studieʼs a honey for the money in every way. Youʼll find one you like too.

Courtesy of the Studebaker Museum