1921 Star Touring 4 Door Convertible

Stock #P3954
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Pleasanton
Showroom
0
Mileage
Convertible
Body Style
3 Speed Manual
Transmission
cylinders Flathead 6
Engine
··· 1
VIN
Not Specified
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Interior
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The Studebaker Big Six, also known as the Model EG was an automobile produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana between 1918 and 1926. Beginning with the 1927 model year, the Big Six was renamed as the Studebaker President, and was one of Studebaker's largest and most luxurious models.
Between 1918 and 1920, the Big Six was offered only as a four-door touring car, the most popular body style for automobiles at the time.
1918 to 1919 Big Sixes were powered by Studebaker's 354 in I6 engine that produced 60 bhp at 2000 rpm. By 1926, the engine was delivering 75 bhp at 2400 rpm. The car's wheelbase grew considerably between 1918 (120 in) and 1926 when the car was available in either short (120 in) or long (127 in) wheelbases.
All Studebaker models for 1918 represented an important milestone for the automaker because they represented a clean-break from the legacy of E-M-F automoblies. E-M-F vehicles were in their time for their notoriusly bad build qualities.
At the 1924 New York Auto Show, Studebaker featured a 1918 Big Six that had a verified odometer reading of over 500,000 miles, as a testament to the longevity and durability of Studebaker vehicles.

Pleasanton
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Pleasanton
Showroom
4321 First Street
Pleasanton, CA 94566
925-484-2262