Studebaker Truck Cost Little to Run Ad 1952
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Studebaker Truck Cost Little to Run Ad 1952 This is a October 18, 1952 advertisement It is a nice color ad from The Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. It pictures a bright red Truck being driven in a town area. Across the street the sign on the store reads, Town Market. A fall scene as the trees have fall colors. It reads, A good looking Studebaker truck costs very little to run. There are three smaller pictures at the bottom and the center picture is of a Prairie Schooner and it reads, The little wagon shop of H & C Studebaker opened for business in South Bend, Indiana in 1852. A prairie schooner for a California bound caravan was among the first vehicles the young firm turned out. In mint condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the ad. This magazine tear sheet measures 10 1/4"" wide by 13 1/2"" tall.
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