Dayton Auto and Memorabilia Museum | 1955 Studebaker Pickup
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1955 Studebaker Pickup


1955 Studebaker Pickup

• 6-cylinder

• Engineering descended from the war-proven Studebaker US6, 200,000 of which were produced between 1941 and 1945 for the US and Soviet armies

– Half were shipped to the Soviet Union through the Lend Lease program

– Given their wartime durability, “Studebaker” became a slang Russian term for “Okay”

Learn More:

• Read about Studebaker’s History

• Documentary on Studebaker’s History