1938 STUDEBAKER Model 7A, Commander Six

1938 STUDEBAKER Model 7A, Commander Six

STUDEBAKER — COMMANDER — SERIES 7A — SIX: All 1938 Stude bakers had much smoother styling lines. The bodies were lower and six inches wider. Louvers were eliminated from the hood side panels. A chrome bead molding stretched from the grille to the rear deck. Seats were moved forward 5-1/2 inches and engines were moved forward 3-1/2 inches. The Dictator series was discontinued. Replacing it was the Studebaker/Commander Six. These cars had conventional, bullet shaped headlight buckets on the front fender catwalks. A new instrument panel had square guage clusters. In the center was a square-faced clock set into an ornate, rectangular trim panel decorated with horizontal moldings. A lower front tunnel was created by turning the transmission sideways. Planar suspension, safety glass, dual tallights, dual wipers and divided windshields were standard equipment. A single sun visor was featured. Also included at regular pric ...

 

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