Today’s featured image contains a view of the Minneapolis Auditorium after the set up for the 1956 Auto Show. Apparently, the regional Studebaker distributor and or the local dealers paid extra to display the Automaker’s offerings up front and center on the stage where more attention would be garnered for the vehicles. The “Big Three,” plus Packard and the cars built in South Bend, Indiana, were well represented at the show. Unless they were elsewhere in the building, no imports are visible.
The three expandable images (below) show all of the automobiles in greater detail. Please share with us what you find of interest in these photographs courtesy of the Hennepin County Library.