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Templar Prototype
featured at the former Collectible Classics Car Museum
in Hagerstown, Indiana

Photo taken June 15, 200

From the description at the former Collectible Classics Car Museum in Hagerstown, IN:

One of five produced by Templar Motors, great-grandson of Studebaker.  Built in 1981, the prototype was to be produced outside of Fort Wayne, Indiana.  The car has 1,500 original miles. 


The Templar originally sold for $21,500.00.  The estimated value as of June 1999 was $122,000.00. 


The cars came equipped with standard equipment, such as a V8, 5.0 liter engine, air conditioning, AM-FM cassette, wire wheels, leather seats, power antenna, power brakes. 

Templar lost the company due to a nasty divorce.  The whereabouts of the other two cars is unknown.  The molds for the Templar were stolen, leaving this two-tone blue roadster as the only one known to exist.


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