Studebaker truck owners can find information on restoring their vehicles on the Hot Rod Network website, and they can purchase parts on VintagePickupTruck.com or the Classic Enterprises website. Studebaker built automobiles at its factory in South Bend, Indiana, until 1964.
Studebaker produced 10 different truck models from 1937 until 1964. Its first truck was the Coupe Express, which put a pickup bed on a passenger car-style body. The E Series refers to all Studebaker trucks manufactured between 1955 and 1964. Collectors can find these vehicles in a variety of sizes from half-ton to two-ton trucks, and the company began producing four-wheel drive half-ton and three-quarter-ton trucks in 1957.