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What Is It? Solved! 1920 Studebaker Big Six.


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A photo that I've had in some old files is dated 1914, but I believe the touring car is several years later than that.  I'd like to know, if possible, the year & make of this vehicle.

 

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Jarnigan & Son Mortuary, 401 Nelson Ave. near Morgan off Vine 1914.jpg

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Just a guess, but based on the front fender design and what appears to be part of a cowl lamp showing, I'd say a 24 Studebaker 7 passenger Big Six with wood wheels instead of the disk wheels below.

 

Frank

 

1924-studebaker-big-six-touring-car-other-3.jpg

 

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5 minutes ago, sagefinds said:

The car in the OP does not have a cowl top vent,hood louvers are coarser with fewer of them,where cowl top meets driver door top looks different,I would have to differ. It may be an earlier Stude however.

The hood louvers are also on a raised "pad" on the blue car.

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