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All watches carried a “insured for a lifetime guarantee.” In fact, there are thousands of South Bend watches still running today.In the 1920s the company offered a "Studebaker" watch on a mail order basis. Découvrez les derniers membres ci-dessous afin de voir si vous trouvez votre rencontre idéale.Envoyez un message et mettez en place une sortie ce soir.On Thanksgiving Eve, Wednesday, November 27, 1929, the nearly 300 employees of the company were notified the plant would be closed until January 1, 1930. After the closing, the machinery was eventually sold and liquidation completed in 1933 with creditors being paid off fifty-cents on the dollar.
Most ads carried the following line: “Directed by members of the Studebaker family—known for three-quarters of a century for fair dealing.” The Studebaker watches were sold on a credit basis and could be purchased with a down payment of only one dollar.
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The finished chests were sold all over the world but the main market was in the United States, east of the Mississippi.