Studebaker Buildings & Dealerships (page 2)

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Studebaker Building
Steubenville, OH
This Studebaker Building was probably built in the 1920s. The Studebaker logos appear to have been damaged by the DiNovo Chrysler Plymouth dealership which installed its nameplates on top of the ribbons and later removed them. The building was vacant when these photos were taken in 2012. For more, see this website. [map]

Studebaker Building
Lakewood, OH
This Studebaker Building was built in 1925. It is currently home to Air Rite Products, an air conditioning service and supply company. [map]

Studebaker Building
Hazleton, PA
This Studebaker Building is probably from the 1920s or earlier. Studebakers were sold here until 1957. It became an Edsel dealership at that time. [map]

Studebaker Building
Schenectady, NY
Studebaker Building
Mendota, IL
The Studebaker Building in Schenectady was built in 1926. In 2005 when these photos were taken, the building was vacant and deteriorating. The Studebaker name in the both spoked wheel logos had been defaced. The building was still vacant in 2015. [map]

The Studebaker Building in Mendota was built in the 1930s. It became Floyd Jones Motor Sales, a Studebaker and tractor dealership, around 1938. It has been closed since at least the 1960s. Part of the building maybe be used as a residence now. For more, see this website.

Studebaker Building
Mishawaka, IN
This Studebaker Building now houses the Mishawaka Food Pantry. [map]

Studebaker Building
St. Paul, MN
I believe this Studebaker Building was built as Byers-Patro Motor Co. in 1927. It previously housed Grand Avenue Ford (1950s?). The building was renovated around 1982. It now houses Axel's Bonfire restaurant and other businesses. For more, see this website. [map]

former Studebaker & Franklin showroom
Denver, CO
This Studebaker & Franklin showroom was built in 1923. The building now houses a furniture store. It is located on Broadway on "Auto Row" where there are many other former showrooms. The upper floors have been converted into lofts. When these photos were taken in 2012, the ground floor was vacant. [map]

former Studebaker dealership
Wichita, KS
former Studebaker showroom
Portland, ME
National Museum
South Bend, IN
This Studebaker dealership in Wichita was built in 1927. The building now houses M&M Insurance Associates. The owner displays his Model A Fords inside. [map]

This Studebaker showroom in Portland was built in 1928 for the Hennings Motor Co. The building was occupied by Carpet and Furniture Town when these photos were taken in 2004. The building now houses Skillful Home Recreation. For more, see this website. [map]

The Studebaker National Museum features a collection of Studebaker cars, signs, and displays. The company was founded in South Bend. This logo block is installed in front of the museum. For more, see this website. [map]

former Studebaker showroom
Pomona, CA
This former Studebaker showroom was known as Gomer Jones Studebaker. It was built in 1947. The building housed an Edsel dealership from 1957-1959. The building now houses California Auto Supply. [map]

former Studebaker showroom
Gunnison, UT
This former Studebaker showroom has been an auto parts store for many years. The round part of the building was probably an addition, most likely from the 1940s. The blade sign on the roof bears the Studebaker label scar from now-missing letters. [map]

former Studebaker showroom
Mena, AR
This former Studebaker showroom was built in 1948. While many websites credit the designer as Frank Lloyd Wright, that seems to be a myth. The National Register of Historic Places lists the building's architect as unkown. The building was used as a car dealership until 1962. The building has some restored Studebaker cars on display inside now. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sorry about the photo quality here. It was pouring rain at the time. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

More Studebaker Buildings & Dealerships:
Denver, CO [vintage]
Chicago, IL: 1, 2
Chicago, IL [map]
Chicago, IL [map]
former Roseland Motors: 1, 2 (Chicago)
South Bend, IN: 1, 2
South Bend, IN
Northampton, MA
Watertown, MA [vintage]
Detroit, MI [gone]
Missoula, MT: 1, 2
Brooklyn, NY
Riverhead, NY [map]
Akron, OH [gone]
Philadelphia, PA
Washington, PA [map]

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