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    A "friend of a friend" here in Nashville has asked me to help him identify these two old Studebakers from his dad's estate that he needs to sell quickly. I have no idea of what these are beyond the description that they are both "1927" models. One car is relatively complete; the other is just for parts. Any ideas? Thanks.
    Ron Pasquale

  • #2
    You'd be better served to post this question on the Studebaker, Erskine & Rockne forum on the AACA website since this SDC forum is predominately post war. I've attached a link to the AACA home page. Once there scroll down and you'll find a box saying "Join the conversation" within it you'll find a button for joining "Forum Talk". Once you create an account you can access the a fore mentioned "Studebaker, Erskine & Rockne" forum. These guy's can help you out identifying them and probably help your friend find them a new home as well. Best of luck.


    • #3
      The car is a 1927 Dictator Six model EU, smallest of three models Studebaker offered in that model year behind the President (ES) and Commander (EW). Have lots of data on that model including: factory photos, manuals, production numbers, specs etc., etc. I did a 13 page 4000+ word article with maybe 25 photos on the 1927-37 Studebaker Dictators in the August 2018 issue of Collectible Automobile magazine. You can usually find good copies for sale on Ebay. Brief summary of the EU below.
      Attached Files
      Richard Quinn
      Editor emeritus: Antique Studebaker Review


      • #4
        Very helpful information. Thank you both for responding.