1919 Studebaker Big Six

1919 Studebaker Big Six Tourer

1918-1919 Studebakers were the first cars built entirely by Studebaker (earlier cars were produced in association with either Garford or E-M-F). The Big Six was the upscale model of the three new Studebakers, the others being Light Four and Light Six. The Big Six was a big car, seating seven passengers. It was popular, too - selling 11,757 in the first year of production...not bad for 1919.

The Big Six was produced between 1918 and 1926. Beginning with the 1927 Model Year, the Big Six was known as the Studebaker President and was one of the company's largest and most luxurious models. Powering the 1919 Big Six was a six-cylinder 60-horsepower engine and had a price tag of $2,000. In 1919, Studebaker sales reached $66,000,000 and had profits of $9,300,000.

Studebaker began to withdraw from the horse-drawn vehicle market in 191, except for some wagons.

This Big Six was purchased new in Santa Barbara, California, where it logged more than 90,000 miles in less than two years. By 1923 it had traveled over 390,000 miles, primarily on unimproved roads. This car holds the World's Record for being driven 490,000 miles in 5 1/2 years.

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