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The Studebaker National Museum

When you examine the evolution of the automotive industry in the United States, you typically think about the “Big Three” and their various respective divisions in and around the Motor City of Detroit, Michigan. These companies, and the automotive epicenter of Detroit have indeed played a major role in the history of American automaking (and the very field of automotive engineering itself), but they do not stand along in the annals of history.