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Our mostly-unrestored 1914 Studebaker at the Studebaker home in South Bend Indiana. Studebaker bought out the EMF Automobile Company in Detroit in 1912 and this model was the second year that Studebaker built cars with their own name on them at this plant.
At this point in history, Studebaker was a 75 year old company that was still building horse-drawn vehicles in the South Bend Plant. In 1920, Studebaker would cease making horse-drawn vehicles and would move automobile production to South Bend.