Studebakers were always handsome vehicles – this one from the year of the infamous Black Tuesday stock market crash. Lots of Americans saw red that day. And over the next few years, many automakers went broke. Though its fortunes didn’t fare too well during the 1930s (one of their models was named Dictator – not a good idea), Studebaker didn’t succumb until 1966. Meanwhile they gave us the bullet-nose, panoramic rear ‘which-way-is-it-going’ coupe (1951-’52), Loewy coupe (’53-’54), Speedster (’55), Golden Hawk (’56-’58), Gran Turismo (’62-’64) and Avanti (’63-). Wow. images of this 1929 Studebaker President on gallery-wrapped canvas will be limited to 29 of course. They’re ready to hang on your wall (no frame needed) and come with a signed, numbered Certificate of Authenticity.