1955 Studebaker Custom Station Wagon
- Condition: Used
- Make: Studebaker
- Model: Wagon
- Type: Wagon
- Year: 1955
- Mileage: 5,000
- VIN: XXX
- Color: Orange
- Engine size: LS2/700R4
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Tan
- Options: CD Player
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1955 Studebaker Wagon
1955 Studebaker Station Wagon
1955 Studebaker Station Wagon with a 1953 front clip. This is a very unique wagon that has a 3.5” chopped top with the rear pillar laid forward and the rear side window dividers removed. The rear tailgate has been welded up but the rear hatch still works for access to the rear compartment. There are a ton of modifications done to this wagon, it is rare to see a Studebaker Wagon at a show especially one like this.
Brand New LS2 with MSD Atomic EFI computer system, March front drive accessories kit with an overdrive 700R4 transmission
Vintage Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Electric Fans, Aluminum Radiator
Fatman front Mustang II subframe
Air Ride front and rear, rear parallel 4 link, with RideTech 4 way air management system
16 gallon gas tank
Front and Rear power disc brakes using a Jeep Cherokee rear end
18” Front and 20” Billet Specialties Wheels
Custom PPG orange paint with a tan top.
Shaved door handles, welded up rear tailgate (rear hatch still opens), professional chop top with a custom real glass windshield
The interior has a 1959-1960 Impala dash that has been narrowed and cut to fit the car, custom fiberglass console which houses the power window and air ride switches
The wagon has power windows and Autometer gauges, Sony AM/FM/CD Player with six speakers
Also a custom painted surfboard with custom billet brackets that mount to the roof of the car come with the sale
This wagon looks great and also drives just as nice with the air ride and new LS2 engine.
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This is a must see wagon with many custom modifications, I doubt you will see another one like this Studebaker.