A Wagonaire could seat six passengers but with an extra rear-facing third-row seat, which was available as an option through 1965, the number of passenger seats was eight. Two engines were available a L6 and a V8 (Daytona version). The 1964 models, which were built only in Canada after December 1963, were the last to carry Studebaker's own engines. Beginning with the 1965 models, General Motors supplied engines based on the Chevrolet L6 and V8. Production of all Studebakers ended in March, 1966, a total of 20,000 Wagonaires were build between 1963 and 1966.
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