1927 was the first year for the Erskine, a smaller, less costly companion car for Studebaker. It was named after Albert R. Erskine, who was president of Studebaker at the time.
The 1927 Erskine was built in Detroit, Michigan. Power came from a 40hp, 146 c.i.d. inline six cylinder engine. Tese first Erskines had a 106 inch wheelbase. Four body styles were offered, a four door sedan, a two door rumble seat coupe, a touring car, and a rumble seat roadster.
This Erskine is one of the antique cars and trucks we saw at the 2009 Studebaker Drivers Club National Meet in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Antique and Classic
Studebaker Car Pictures
We don't own these cars, we just saw them at car shows and snapped a few photos.
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