1950 Studebaker Public reaction is what matters in the auto industry, and "The Next Look" 1950 Studebaker, featuring the company's signature "bullet-nose" look for the first time, was a winner -- more popular than even the 1947. Sales began in August 1949, nearly a month ahead of other 1950 cars. The 1950 models were Studebaker's mostA Much Remembered Studebaker. The 1951 Studebaker Convertible featured in this article was another big leap forward. Both the 1950 and 1951 Studebakers had that “bullet nose” design which truly set it apart from others. In fact, the 1950 and 51 Studebakers were very much ahead of their time at the start of the 1950’s.
Studebaker 1950 Champion. Cluster 6V. Studebaker 1951 Champion. Cluster 6V. Note: 1951 Champion Custom shown. Similar: 1952 Champion (different surround texture)
The schematic here is the wiring diagram for the 1950 Studebaker Champion and Commander. Please take the time to study this wiring diagram comprehensively, you will need the knowledge if you want to perform a wiring work on your own.