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"The Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company entered the automobile market with an electric car in 1902. Thomas Edison purchased the second electric car produced by Studebaker. Gasoline powered models arrived in 1904 as Studebaker offered a full line of horse drawn and self propelled vehicles until 1920. During this era, Studebaker automobiles were produced in Detroit, while the South Bend plant remained devoted to horse drawn vehicles.
The 1920s saw the end of horse drawn vehicles production. A fine start for Studebaker in 1920 was the 'Six series' - the Light Six, a convertible sedan with a basic 6 cylinder in line engine. As seen in my photo. Another Six Series model was the "Special Six" - a slightly larger engine for its 'bore and stroke'.
Then the last of the Six Series models was the "Big Six", with the larger engine and larger seating area.

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