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1952 Studebaker Commander
1952 Studebaker Commander

1952 Studebaker Commander

1952 marked the 100 year anniversary of Studebaker's additions to the roadways. The Studebaker Champion and Commander V8 competed in the 1952 Mobilgas Economy Run and took first and second respectively in actual gas mileage, ahead of all standard class cars. A redesign also came about in 1952. The billet nose grille was replaced by a low toothy grille that was dubbed the "clam digger." Approximately 84,849 Studebaker Commanders were built.

 

 


1952 Studebaker Commander Specification and Production

Model Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
Commander Series - 115 in. wheelbase
- 4 dr Regal Sedan $2,121 3,085 lbs -
- 2 dr Regal Sedan $2,086 3,040 lbs -
- Regal Coupe - 5P $2,115 3,030 lbs -
- 4 dr State Sedan $2,208 3,075 lbs -
- 2 dr State Sedan $2,172 3,055 lbs -
- State Coupe - 5P $2,202 3,025 lbs -
- State Starliner Hardtop Coupe $2,488 3,220 lbs -
- State Convertible Coupe $2,548 3,230 lbs -
- 4 dr Land Cruiser Sedan $2,365 3,155 lbs -

1952 Studebaker Engines

Engine Bore X Stroke bhp Model
L6, 169.6 3.00 x 4.00 85 Champion
V8, 232.6 3.38 x 3.25 120 Commander

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