1931 Studebaker Six news, pictures, and information
In 1925 the Standard Six nameplate replaced the Light Six name on the entry level Studebaker, model ER. The Standard Six was the most popular Studebaker in 1926. An interesting innovation of that year was the Duplex body style, which was one of the industrys first 'pillarless hardtops'. It was a four-door sedan with the B-pillars removed, making a for lighter, more airy feel inside. This style started to become popular much later, in the 1950s.
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