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- Manufacturer: Studebaker Corporation
- After World War II, most automakers offered vehicles that were a slight update of boxy prewar designs. In contrast, Studebaker urged its engineers to develop a new, modern look. The result was sleek, bullet-nose styling, adapted from airplane designs that captured the imagination of the American public.
- Approximate cost: $2,000
- The unique grill was called the “bullet nose”
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Horsepower: 102
- Torque: 140 foot lbs.
- Pneumatic antenna that improved radio reception.
- Featured a “hill holder” brake that prevented the car from rolling backwards while engaging the manual transmission clutch.