1955 Studebaker E7 Old-school Truck

1955 Studebaker E7 Truck For Sale

Here's found this one was listed in Craigslist looking for new owner, a classic American lighter truck that was made by Studebaker in 1955, were is has been rebuild but not perfect still need some work to be done but it's already cools as a daily driver car.

According to the current owner, the truck's engine has been modernized using a fuel injected big block Chevy 454 paired with a Turbo 400 trans, and a deliberate patina look for old-school grandeur also looks more charming with wide wheels that are slightly lowered suspension.

This one E Series of Studebaker trucks build in 1955 known as E7 pickup truck still looks dashing today. The cost of parts and restoration of these vehicles are increasing daily (No need to think about it because the motor has been modernized). More looking coolest on the streets, they are not making any more and, therefore, they are becoming more rare by the day.

The interior has been rebuilt to, all looks clean in mate black color. Hope it's not just a decoration, all the instruments on the cab should be work properly, because of that's will make new owner very happy with. These rare and stylish pieces of Americana are not becoming any more common, or any less collectible.

Rare 1939 Studebaker L5 Coupe Express Pickup

1939 Studebaker Coupe Express Pickup

Rare 1939 Studebaker L5 Coupe Express Pickup For Sale

Here's found this one was listed in Craigslist for $35500, a rare American antique coupe utility that was made by Studebaker, were is the outcome of perfect combination between a coupe cabin and an open cargo bed, and is the first a coupe utility was offered in US market by local brand, two decades ahead before followed by other American brands, such as Ford with Ranchero and Chevrolet with El Camino.

For its era, mechanically more advanced than other trucks of the period, more good styling arguably is one of the most innovative commercial vehicles in history but was not followed by commercial success. Total 6000 units was made by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana, during three years of production including unsuccessful of sales 1200 units second generation were built in 1939 partly still in showrooms unsold.

1939 Studebaker L5 Coupe Express Pickup

As shown here is one beautiful example of what we've talking above, is a second generation of the Coupe Express pickup generally known as L5 Coupe Express built in 1939 come from the sold line that has been totally restored. With nicely shaped, decent performance also a perfectly combination of comfort and utility was offered into it, it's not much help of sales at the time. But today it could be greats because its rarity with all historical background that he has, especially like this condition, I'm sure it will raise in value.

1939 Studebaker Coupe Express Pickup

The interior has been rebuilt correctly, all looks clean in white color. Hard to find imperfection from here, hope it's not just a decoration, all the instruments on the dash should be work properly, because of that's will make prospective buyers very happy to play on the highest bid.

1939 Studebaker Coupe Express engine

All looks convincing and promising the engine bay filled by correctly motor, a six-cylinder flathead engine and mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. The owner says it has been rebuilt and bored, runs great and no words about issue.

Original 1962 Studebaker Lark Sedan

Original 1962 Studebaker Lark Sedan

Original 1962 Studebaker Lark Sedan

Here's a classic compact car produced by the American manufacturer Studebaker, it's a early model of the second generation Studebaker Lark perform as a 4-door sedan released in 1962 more than half a decade the car still look awesome, all original untouched by restoration or custom builder, inside and out clean and neat, original paint and chrome look nice, the engine was greats also.

It's a remarkable Lark for its ages, it like rarely used and seem had very well maintained also. It could be a perfect sample of the classic Studebaker Lark, nice to kept it. Already offered in Craigslist about 13 days ago looking get $3750 location in East Orlando. Probably is the best original Studebaker Lark ever see in here Autorestorationice.com.

1951 Studebaker Champion Sedan

1951 Studebaker Champion

1951 Studebaker Champion Sedan

What this... aeroplane...? You are right son... is an aeroplane on the wheels come without wings....

Yes it third generation of the Studebaker Champion built in 1951 come with unique face that was called the "spinner" grill, similar to that of a Ford Deluxe its era, but the Spinner seems more akin as aeroplane rather than a car, you can see a tail on the back and tiny wing on front hood. The Champion was one of Studebaker's best-selling models because of its low price, durable engine and fuel economy come with good styling its era.

The owner says about 3 on the tree on his description... what mean that word?
For classic cars enthusiasm it's about a three-speed manual transmission whose gearshift lever is mounted on the steering column. Despite it looks have gearshift lever on the steering column as the original factory specs use, the owner bothered that was called. Yes he just doesn't like what are called tree inside his car... hi..hi.. Sorry about that. Is not specifically said to be original interior, but given the condition of the interior it’s a fair guess that it may retain a good degree of its factory finish. The inline L-head six-cylinder engine looks a bit messy but is runs good very well. The exterior looks as is the best part of whole of this. Overall it a nice 1951 Studebaker Champion asking $6500 location in Phoenix. It very potential unique car to restore.

Excellent 1963 Studebaker Avanti

Studebaker Avanti

Excellent 1963 Studebaker Avanti

One of rare American High-Performance personal luxury coupe built by the Studebaker Corporation, as the pictures is a Studebaker Avanti built in 1963 is the final model year still on excellent condition. Originally inspired by sketches of Sherwood Egbert then designed by Raymond Loewy and Associates, the Avanti featured a fiberglass body and it was one of the first Bottom breather designs where instead of a conventional grille, air for the front mounted engine enters from under the front of the vehicle, a design feature much more after the 80s.

The pics as confirm, all looks so great and solid shape, no dent, no rust issue. Interior and engine photos looks good and fairly well maintained. As always if you want to buy come to see is a must. Overall it's excellent 1963 Studebaker Avanti ready to go for $21000 location in Florence, Oregon.