1965 Studebaker Commander Wagonaire. Very rare,, Sliding roof, Station Wagon. The Studebaker Wagonaire was a station wagon produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana, from 1963 to 1966. It featured a retractable sliding rear roof section that allowed the vehicle to carry items that would otherwise be too tall for a conventional station wagon of the era. This is a Beautiful wagon with the optional 283 Thunderbolt engine producing 195hp, automatic transmission....and of course the rear sliding roof! These were designed so you could haul something tall in the rear of the wagon the same as you would be able to do in a pickup truck. This beauty is Midnight Black outside with red highlights with black interior. This 283 engine option is the Chevrolet 283 engine that was built in Canada and cost an additional $38.74 over the regular 259 Studebaker V8 engine. The automatic trans, the factory air conditioning, the power drum brakes and the power steering are all options on this Wagonaire. This very rare wagon is in super nice condition! A show car from one end to the other. Just purchased a very rare original step for the tail gate that has not been installed yet.