Release 19 of M2's Auto-thentics, from 2012, has this Studebaker truck. It is a very nice model. I don't have any prototype information on this particular truck. It appears that the vehicle could be configured in any of a number of ways. This particular model has "Winston Enterprises", "Plumbing & Landscaping Services, KENT, WA", and "Licensed & Bonded" printed on both sides of the truck. Both the doors and the hood open. The wheels are free-rolling.
Release 21a of M2's Auto-thentics, from 2012, has this Studebaker truck. As is standard, the wheels roll and the doors and hood open. The logo and text on the truck's doors says "Taylor Street Rods, Los Angeles, CA" with a phone number. The rear tires are very wide. I bought this one and the one pictured below from Sidetracks.
This one is also part of release 21a of M2's Auto-thentics, from 2012. This Studebaker's doors and hood open, and the wheels roll, of course. The truck is unmarked. There are two tires on each end of the rear axle.