Studebaker Commanders For Sale

A long line of models from the Studebaker Corporation used the name Commander, beginning in the ‘20s and ending in the 1960s. The first Commander debuted in 1927 with a six-cylinder engine. It reappeared in 1937 as a low-cost roadster. In the late 1940s, after the war, the Commander took up its position as a higher-priced model, which continued into the next decade. Back again in 1964, the Commander sat in the mid-range price for the Lark models. You can track down a classic Studebaker Commander from any decade by searching the listings at FossilCars.

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