Studillac was an American automobile brand. Bill Frick Motors in Rockville Centre (New York ) built from 1953 to 1955 passenger cars under that name.
As the name suggests, it was in the single model of the brand to a Studebaker Commander Starliner, a two-door hardtop coupe with five seats in the Cadillac engine was installed. The wheelbase was 3060 mm, the total length of 5129 mm, the weight of 1495 kg. The above- controlled V8 engine had 5426 cc and gave its power through a manual three-speed transmission to the rear wheels on. On request, there was a two-stage Hydra -Matic.
The model year 1953 made 210 bhp (154 kW) at 4150 min -1, and cost U.S. $ 3874, - ( inflation-adjusted $ 35,077 ). The extra charge for the automatic transmission was U.S. $ 500, -. 1954 increased the engine power to 230 bhp (169 kW) at 4400 min - 1 and the price to U.S. $ 4002, -. 1955, the power was again increased to 250 bhp (184 kW) at 4600 min -1, the price remained the same.
The Studillac has on several gigs, he will, for example, in "Live and let die " ( Live and Let Die ) in Ian Fleming's James Bond novels and drove in Goldfinger from, friend of Bond CIA agent Felix Leiter.
John Gunnell: Standard Catalog of American Cars 1946-1975. Krause Publications, Inc. Iola, Wisconsin ( 2002). ISBN 0-87349-461 -X
Ian Fleming Goldfinger. Johnathan Cape, (1959).
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