Ready to Roll: 1934 Studebaker Dictator

It is often said that timing is everything, which was undoubtedly the case with the Studebaker Dictator. When the company introduced the badge in 1927, the name had no negative connotations. By the time they pensioned it off in… more»

Unfortunate Name: 1936 Studebaker Dictator

The Dictator was an entry-level automobile built by Studebaker from 1928-37. They began renaming all their cars in the late 1920s and the powers-that-be thought that Dictator would be a good name for a car (it replaced the Standard… more»

Second Time Around: 1937 Studebaker Dictator Coupe

UPDATE 7/23/2019 – This Studebaker got bid up to $13,600 the last go around, it’s now been relisted with an opening bid of $12k and a reserve. It will be interesting to see where bidding ends up this go… more»

Distinctive Dictator: 1928 Studebaker Dictator Coupe

If you’re looking for a classic car that you just climb into and enjoy with only a few minor details to complete, then this 1928 Studebaker Dictator could well be the car for you. Listed for sale here on… more»

Unfortunate Timing: 1935 Studebaker Dictator

It has often been said that timing is everything. Unfortunately for Studebaker timing wasn’t always their strong suit. When they released their new model in 1927 they had no idea that in a few short years the name Dictator… more»