1948 Studebaker Regal Deluxe 7G Champion Convertible / Extremely Rare Museum Car

Price: US $20,950.00 Item location: Plainfield, Illinois, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Studebaker
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: 2 door Convertible / Roadster
  • Year: 1948
  • Mileage: 68,676
  • VIN: G330245
  • Color: Balsam Green Metallic
  • Engine size: flathead 170 cid 6 cylinder / with Overdrive
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 3-speed stick on the column with overdrive
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Camel
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1948 Studebaker

In 1939, the Studebaker company designed and produced a car known as the Studebaker Champion. Profits were soaring but World War II forced the company to again become a manufacturing giant in the war effort. Studebaker's war vehicles were judged to be the most reliable and sturdy further enhancing the company profile. Studebaker produced over 200,000 US6 trucks for use by France and the Soviet Union. In addition, the company was building engines suitable for use in the B-17 Flying Fortress. Studebaker also designed a unique multi-season vehicle called the Weasel which was later upgraded and called the M29. These vehicles proved to be capable of working in all types of environment; a factor that was very beneficial for a military vehicle.
After World War II, The first completely new american car did not come from the "BIG THREE",and it wasn't conceived inDetroit. Studebaker came up with futuristic designs that put the big three in a panic mode to keep up. Riding low,wide and handsome straight into the discriminating America,Studebaker styling has established the design pattern for all truly modern carsThe demise of Studebaker came with the fact that they could not cheapen their manufacturing of a hand built car. They held on to their principals of building a Quality Car vs a cheaper assembly car like the "BIG THREE"
We are proud to present a 1948 Champion Deluxe 7G Convertible that has spent most of its life in a Studebaker Museum. It has the Original Matching Flathead Cid 6 cylinder engine with a 3-speed stick on the column with a RARE OVERDRIVE. It was painted professionally in Balsam Green Metallic 10 years ago and would be considered a 9/10 with no orange peel . This Color is Rare and was only a option on the Convertibles. This color became popular for Hot Rods and Customs through the early 60's. There is no Rust on the body or any type of bondo or filler in car / all straight and original metal. The Chrome and trim are all nice with a dash that looks almostbrand new. This is a EXTREMELY RARE POST WAR CONVERTIBLE that will surely appreciate while enjoying thoseSundaydrives. Take this Roadster to the Car Show and start your collection of awards for it will win many. The Real Leather interior looks great with no rips or tears. Please come and look at this Time piece you will not be disappointed
  • Original Flathead 170 Cid 6 cylinder Engine
  • 3-speed Stick on Column that shifts nice
  • Rare Overdrive transmission
  • Professionally painted in Balsam Green Metallic / Show Car Quality
  • Drivers side Spot light /fully functional
  • Heater and Defroster work great
  • Entire interior is Original Real leather including door panels ( beautiful chrome accents on seats)
  • Thick carpeting throughout car including trunk
  • Nice Chrome and Stainless exterior
  • Nice Radial White Wall Tires
  • All chrome and emblems in excellent condition
  • Electric starter on floor engages engine easily
  • All gauges are fully functional
  • Air vent scoops are fully functional
  • Wipers are fully functional as well as Horn on the steering wheel
  • Door ajar lights fully functional
  • Vin number G330245
  • Engine # 359861
  • Original Miles ---- 68,670
  • Top will need to be replaced / Car was used on Sunny Days / All Convertible Irons great shape
  • a few small chips were touched up
This Car is considered to be in between Good and Excellent condition----- Closer to the Excellent condition
Hagerty Valued this car at :
  • Fair Condition---- $18,300.00
  • Goodcondition----$29,500.00
  • Excellent Cond----$42,900.00
  • Concourse Cond--$57,600.00
Come see this beauty / or have a mechanic come check it out / nodisappointmentsAny Questions Call or text Jeff---- 815-768-5335
This Car is being Sold Locally / Buy it before someone else doesFrom the Museum to your Garage
The winner of this auction has the right to pay deposit after having car inspected. Call a auto place in Plainfield Illinois of your choosing. I will drive car in there and you can get a inspection from a second party
I will pay for that inspection if you buy it now