We think this is the front of a Studebaker Commander. The Studebaker Commander was produced for several years, representing several body style changes, and first appeared in the 1920’s. When the name first appeared in 1927, it was Studebaker’s middle-series. As the years progress, it would move up and down market, often changing positions from year to year. The name would continue until it was dropped in 1935, only to reappear in 1937 where it served as the company’s least expensive model.
A great statement item. Classic Studebaker design for the front nose. Could be from 1929 to 1933, all very similar. Will make a great display piece in a bar or restaurant as is or painted
Beautifully rusted, giving it real authenticity.
Product code; 1001