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In 1927 three of these cars set a new production-car record in Atlantic City by each running 25,000 uninterrupted miles, averaging more than 60 mph. They were built of all-steel bodies and turret tops which made them look to some degree like an armored car. In 1929 an eight-cylinder engine joined the prior six-cylinder, which was dropped after 1930.
- Engine: In-line 6 and 8 cylinders
- Displacement: 221-353.8 cu. in.
- Power: 75-107 hp
- Transmission: 4-speed manual
- Chassis: Independent front suspension and hydraulic brakes from 1935
- Weight: 3,215 – 3,345 lbs
- Price: $1,545 – $1,695 in 1930
Answer: It’s a Studebaker, generation 27-42