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Studebaker Aviation. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1944) Seabee Milan Balaban of Southbend, Indiana. He learned his way around with tools as an apprentice millwright in the Studebaker automotive plants - working close by his father Joe Balaban who has been a Studebaker employee for more than 26 years. The whole world knows the war record of the mighty Boeing Flying Fortress. Its tremendous flying power is supplied by supercharged Cyclone engines, large numbers of which are built by the famous master craftsmen of our plants (1944). Many of these men are fathers of young Studebaker craftsmen now in uniform. (John H. Williams, Charles R. Connell, George Connell, Tom Hinkle, Henry C. Ryan and Harry Ryan). In peacetime, these fathers and sons applied their skill to the manufacture of Studebaker Champion, Commander and President motor cars, as well as Studebaker trucks, for civilian use. Enjoy these vintage ads for Studebaker Aviation while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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