days agoWatauga, TX+13 milesCars for Sale
Year: 1948, Make: Studebaker, Model: Champion, Mileage: 5714, VIN: 392679
over a month agoArlington, TXCars for Sale
1951 Studebaker Champion Convertible best to be found anywhere Absolutely Immaculate Nut Bolt Restoration Correct Flathead 6 Cyl Motor Automatic Transmission AM Radio Heater Power Canvas Convertible Top Electric Wipers In Dash Clock 6 V Ignition System Bias-ply Wide White Wall Tires Matching Steel Wheels Drives well!
over a month agoWaco, TX+81 milesCars for Sale
Model 4H-K5--Coral Red and Ivory Mist The car was restored by well known Studebaker restoration shop, MDS Engine Service: 232 VOLT-8 engine balanced and blueprinted. Valves redone and hardened for unleaded fuel. Engine and engine compartment painted according to Studebaker specifications 12 v conversion. Distributor to electronic ignition Transmission, brakes, steering, gas tank, suspension reb...
over a month agoFt Worth, TX+14 milesVehicles For Sale
Following the war, all the automakers were scrambling to get new hardware out the door, but Studebaker was one of the first to offer a truly new design with the 1947 Champion and Commander. With its distinctive and striking wrap-around rear window, this 1948 Champion offers ground-breaking styling that still looks great today combined with durable, thrifty performance that made them a very popu...
over a month agoFt Worth, TX+14 milesCars for Sale855-877-2707
Following the war, all the automakers were scrambling to get new hardware out the door, but Studebaker was one of the first to offer a truly new design with the 1947 Champion and Commander. With its distinctive and striking wrap-around rear window, this 1948 Champion offers ground-breaking styling that still looks great today combined with durable, thrifty performance that made them a very popu...
over a month agoFt Worth, TX+14 milesVehicles For Sale
Talk about classics! Cars don't get any more classic than a Studebaker. Literally. The Midwest manufacturer actually came along well before the car as we know it even existed, first plying its trade to build wagons for the farming industry and the military before breaking into the automobile market and forging a reputation for building reliable cars over the course of a half century. This 1955 ...