Bookmark this Page!
Website Index
Join Us - Help Preserve Auto History

Don't Want to Join Now?
Help Us Grow Our Collections
Donate $5 or More!

Donate here
They Support Us -
We support them

Volunteer to Help Us!

Home/Ads - Brochures - Press Releases - Styling & Design/Advertisements/Studebaker-Packard Ads/ 1947/

1947 Studebaker Ads

Print advertising is advertising in a medium such as a newspaper, magazine, or trade journal. This encompasses everything from media with a very broad readership base, such as a newspaper or magazine, to more narrowly targeted media such as trade journals.

This form of print advertising is the "display ad", which is generally a large ad with design elements, illustrations, or photographs and sales copy. Print advertising may be as small as 4" x 5" and as large as a full page or more, depending on the size of the journal.

Print advertising does not include brochures, sheets or cards prepared by the manufacturers for distribution directly to a potential customer or at dealerships, car shows and other events.

The Automotive History Preservation Society Digital Documents Library provides these materials for educational, or research, or personal use. You should not republish these materials for financial gain without informing the original author or publisher.

Studebaker "scooped" the field with the first of the new "pontoon" styling - merging the fenders directly into the body of the car. Production for 1947 was 105,097 Champions and 56,399 Commanders.

PLEASE NOTE: Many of our files are available in higher resolution TIFF files or can be converted by our staff to this media. Please contact us at if you need higher resolution images for publication. Some older images were not created at high resolution initially, so high resolution copies may not be available.

Scroll Down to See All the Files
Click the Thumbnail
for a Larger Image Only
Click on the PDF FILE NAME to READ or Download the Full FILE or Full Size Images
1947 Studebaker Commander Regal DeLuxe Ad "First by far with a postwar car!" (11.8 x16.0)
1947 Studebaker Commander Regal DeLuxe Ad "Styled to step up your spirits . . ." (10.6 x15.0)
1947 Studebaker Commander Regal DeLuxe Ad "Drive America's most photogenic car . . ." (10.8 x14.0)
1947 Studebaker Champion Regal DeLuxe Ad "First by far with a postwar car - the completely new 1947 Studebaker" (11.2 x15.0)