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1955 Studebaker Champion

Price: US $10,900.00

1955 Studebaker Champion
1955 Studebaker Champion1955 Studebaker Champion

Technical details

Number of Cylinders:8
Disability Equipped:No
Drive Side:Left-hand drive
Warranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Power Options:power steering
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive Type:RWD
Exterior Color:Yellow
Interior Color:Tan
Vehicle Title:Clean
Body Type:Sedan
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Car location:Roca, Nebraska, United States
For Sale By:Dealer
Last update:18.01.2021

Additional Info

For your consideration...A fantastic, very solid Studebaker Champion that just oozes cool equipped with a factory Studebaker V-8 with 3 speed manual transmission (new clutch) with electric overdrive.  The car hales from California originally where it was purchased new and spent much of it's life. The car moved to Arizona in the 80's and remained there till 2006 when it made it's way here to Nebraska and has been stored inside since.  We purchased the car about a year ago with intentions of my son and I running it again at Bonneville for the 3rd time in it's life.  It was ran there in 1959 and 2003 at speed week. Due to Covid and all the other malarky going on last year, that just didn't play out.It is as solid a car as you would ever find.  One very small soft spot on the rear passenger front fender visable in the pics. is the only rust the car has ever had (obvious surface only rust on the bottom).It was painted yellow with single stage paint which still shows well today as it has been stored inside always.  The interior is excellent down to the glass 9 ball shifter, new upholstery, carpet, and headliner done in 2006, but still excellent overall. It has a rebuilt commander v8 engine and a ford high geared rear-end (original goes with it).  We personally went through the drivetrain again after the purchase and rebuilt the starter, new fuel pump, new brakes and cylinders, clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, u joints, tires, new 8 volt battery, and misc. other needs.The wheels are a factory steel wheel with new tires and a Moon billet aluminum race caps screwed on.  It is an absolute turn key and enjoy car. We have at ton of paperwork with the car including an article on the car featured in Hot Rod Magazine in the mid to late 60's and original paperwork when sold new in California and it's lineage since. We had a flood last summer and all of our files were relocated at that time. When we locate them, they will come with it, or be sent to the purchaser.I've dealt in collectible and muscle cars as a passion for 33 years, have a perfect rating on eBay, and still deal on honesty, and a hand shake. We welcome questions, TRADES and any inspections prior to the end of the auction. If you need more pics, just ask and leave an e mail address. Car may be listed locally and may end early.  Clean, clear title in hand. $500 deposit requiredthrough Paypal or ebay within 24 hours upon sale, or other arrangements made. Balance via wire, cashiers check, or cash in person within 3 days unless other arrangements are made via call or email.International buyers welcome and have assisted in sending several to other countries this last year alone. U.S. Shipping $1.25 per loaded mile one way enclosed to your door when available, $.75 mile open, or gladly assist yours or our shipping company (we are also a broker on Central Dispatch) in getting her to you safely. P. J. 402. 429. 9999 or email Lear 25 pilot at yahoo dot com .

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