Check out our partners for more information about Studebaker or meet other Studebaker enthusiasts by joining our local clubs.
The Studebaker Drivers Club (SDC) continues to honor the Studebaker
industry and its related products. Annual international events are held every year where
car owners can bring their Studebakers and families for a week of fun. Members also recieve
their award winning magazing Turning Wheels. With more than 12,000 members world wide, SDC
is one of the largest clubs for Studebaker enthusiasts. Click here to view more.
Avanti Owners Association International (AOAI) is a non-profit organization commited to preserving the history
of the Avanti automobile. AOAI strives to share research and knowledge to others, as well as encourage the
acquisition, preservation, restoration, and maintenance of all Avantis produced by Studebaker and successor
companies. You can check out their website here.
The Mission of The Studebaker National Museum is to honor and perpetuate the legacy of the rich industrial heritage
of the South Bend area, through the display, interpretation, conservation and preservation of Studebaker vehicles,
archives and other objects to enrich present and future generations. You can click here to view more or plan a visit.
As a non-profit public benefit corporation, The Studebaker National Foundation's purpose is to raise money and provide funds for various charitable
and educational sources that are related to all aspects of Studebaker. You can check them out here or make a donation.
The Antique Studebaker Club was founded in April 1971 as a non-stock, nonprofit social and recreational club. The club encourages and promotes the acquisition, restoration, and maintance of all Studebaker-built vehicles produced through the 1946 model year and M-Series trucks produced through the 1948 model year. The club also promotes research and study of the history of the Studebaker Corporation and its subsidiaries as well as predecessor companies. Click here to learn more.
Bosch company was created in 1886 by Robert Bosch who founded the 'Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering' in Stuttgart, Germany. Now they are one of the leading global suppliers of technology and services ranging from in-home security systems to car parts and power tools. Click here to learn more.