Canada: Studebaker Hangs On

The headquarters of the Studebaker Corp. is still in South Bend, Ind., but its best-known operation and at least some of its hopes are in Hamilton, Ont., where Studebaker's auto division moved last year after losing $50 million since 1959. Studebaker is more of a mite among mammoths than ever, but its Canadian auto plant is a going concern. Last week, addressing a meeting of Studebaker dealers in Boston, Studebaker of Canada President Gordon Grundy announced that the plant's production is sold out through November, added that 1964 sales were near the break-even point.

The dealers also discussed the 1965...

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