Without hesitation, one of the most attractive American cars ever produced was the 1953 Studebaker with design from the talented genius Raymond Loewy. For 1954, only very minor changes were incorporated leaving his clean, smooth lines intact. With a sleek, low profile, these cars looked like speeding bullets even when they were standing still. Studebaker offered a full range of models from the economy of a six to the power of a V-8, from the family friendly four-door sedan to a sporty little coupe, such as the example offered here.
Finished in a Polar White paint scheme, Loewy's theme of