Minimal, but still important, changes marked Studebaker's 1930 offerings including a visorless roof on sedans, automatic radiator shutters and valve spring dampers on the top of the line President series. The 115 horsepower 337 cubic inch eight-cylinder engine needed no improvement and Studebaker proudly boasted it was the largest manufacturer of eight cylinder automobiles in the U.S. This long wheelbase FE Series President Brougham is a very pretty recent restoration of this CCCA Full Classic. Finished in green with complementary dark green fenders and body accent and upholstered in brown cord it is fitted with wire wheels, wide whitewall tires, dual side-mounts with mirrors, Trippe lights, a metal luggage trunk, and a heater. The interior is luxurious, particularly the rear seat with armrests that give it the ambience of a posh club or hotel drawing room or seating three abreast in spacious comfort. Its condition is exceptional and it will do its new owner proud on tours or at shows.