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

Photo taken June 15, 200
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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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