The Antique Studebaker Club

Home Page

Studebaker Related
Web Sites




Studebaker Related Web Sites

The ASC is indeed fortunate in having numerous out-standing websites devoted to our favorite vehicles. Many of these are run by loyal ASC members who have devoted many hours to the construction and maintenance of these sites and are certainly deserving of our encouragement and support. If you have inter-net access and have not availed yourself of the opportunity to view these sites you are in for a treat. Below are the site addresses along with a brief summary of the offerings and the name of the webmaster.

Webmaster Doc (David) Hemp owns a beautiful 1930 President roadster and has more interests and collectibles than anyone should!! His site is now over seven years old and has been responsible for helping the ASC sign up numerous new  members. Interactive with lots of Review photos and messages left by site visitors. (You will also enjoy the period music!!)

Click on red address below

Welcome to Studebaker Classics

Your source for Pre-war Studebaker information, parts and restoration services!

Rex Miltenberger is offering new, used and reproduction parts for 1928 1942 Studebaker Presidents.
On this site you will find many photos and information to help with your restoration.  You can view photos of his past and current restoration projects,  photos of 31 roadsters from the factory production to present, and information pertaining to the history of Studebaker. In the Identification section there will be production figures and casting identification numbers.

Click on red address below

Erskine Registry
Here is the Official Erskine Registry. This site offers the viewer a number of great photos of Erskine's sent in  by visitors from around the world. It also
 has a good history of the 1927-30 Erskine and literature, logos, mascots and more. Dave Oliver (Tampa, FL) is the webmaster. He has been restoring his 1927 Erskine model 50 roadster for many years and is now in the home stretch. See in progress photos and listen to some good period music.

Click on red address below

History of the E-M-F Company

Here is the site you want if you have an interest in the 1909-12 EMF. Webmaster John M. Daly (Millington, II) bought his 1912 EMF 30 in June 2000
 and has been avid in collecting and disseminating information on this marque since. See his restorations in progress and read some great EMF history. Lots of old and new photos, for sale and wanted ads, etc.

Click on red address below

Here are some more of our favorite sites:

The Studebaker Drivers Club

The Official Web site of The Studebaker Drivers Club
more than 13,000 members who share a passion for all things Studebaker, and especially enjoy sharing time, knowledge, fun and memories with their fellow members. Most S.D.C. members also belong to one of more than 100 chartered local S.D.C. Chapters in most US States and Canadian Provinces. There are also affiliated Studebaker clubs around the world. Whether you are a long-time Studebaker owner or a young person who has just discovered the magical appeal of these amazing cars and trucks, we invite you to browse these pages for information and links to the very extensive Studebaker world. You can find, contact and join your local S.D.C. Chapter. You can check out upcoming Studebaker events from local cruise-ins to judged shows. And, of course, you can learn about the S.D.C. Studebaker history and the great benefits of becoming a member of The Studebaker Drivers Club.

Click on red address below

The Studebaker National Museum

201 South Chapin Street
South Bend, IN  46601
Hours of operation:
Monday-Saturday: 10-5       Sunday: 12-5
Hours are Eastern Standard Time Year-round.
Open daily except Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day,
 Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Years Day.

Click on red address below

Studebaker International Inc.

97 North 150 West - Greenfield, IN 46140-8562
Phone: (317) 462-3124 Fax: (317) 462-8891

STUDEBAKER INTERNATIONAL INC. is the largest supplier of new old stock and reproduction Studebaker parts. This includes parts for pre-war and post-war cars and trucks including Avanti and Avanti II models. Studebaker International Inc. has thousands of original Studebaker parts from a 30 year accumulation including over 100 former Studebaker dealership parts inventories.
STUDEBAKER INTERNATIONAL INC. has been in the manufacturing business for many years and produces over 1,000 parts for Studebakers. Included are rubber seals for the doors and glass, outside rearview mirrors, emblems & scripts, windshields, wheel covers, suspension parts, brake parts, etc. Many new parts are being made on a regular basis.

STUDEBAKER INTERNATIONAL INC. is located just east of Indianapolis, near Greenfield, Indiana. A new 13,000 sq. ft. warehouse has recently been added to provide room for the sorting and storage of the vast inventory of Studebaker parts.

Click on red address below

 If you have any questions, comments or would just like to see
your car(s) picture on these pages just click
and contact the A.S.C Webmaster below.

    Contact A.S.C. Webmaster                                                                                    Contact A.S.C Editor
           Click above to send email                                                                                                                          Click above to send email
       This site owned by the A.S.C Webmaster
             and with help from generous donations.