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On the second floor of the Studebaker National Museum are the cars that most people think of when you say Studebaker: Larks, the Daytona, bullet nose sedans, ’53 coupes and the various Hawks derived from that landmark coupe, plus the timeless Avanti. There are also some unexpected treasures: Brooks Stevens’ Sceptre concept, the Loewy studio’s Avanti based sedan concepts, and Packard’s swan song, Dick Teague’s Predictor concept. The Predictor is in the Studebaker museum because Packard merged with Studebaker in a last ditch effort to stay in business. Also in this video is a Rockne, from the line of cars that South Bend based Studebaker tried to market exploiting the company’s relationship with Notre Dame coach Knute Rockne.