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The Studebaker Dictator was an automobile produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana (USA) from 1927-1937.
The model previously known as the Studebaker Standard Six became the Dictator during the 1927 model year–internally designated model GE. The name was intended to connote that the model “dictated the standard” that other automobile makes would be obliged to follow.
This is the last and most refined year of production. Dictators were ceased in production as Hilter became Man of the Year in Time Magazine for 1938. Studebaker was a little more in tune with the world than the publisher.
Dictators were available in a full range of body-styles.
Our 1937 Studebaker Dictator “3 Window Coupe” is in excellent original condition. A no rust, low mileage survivor. Very very rare car!! From the fabled Wiseman Collection. A spectacular gem.