Inline 6 Manual Black Gray Classic Vintage Collector Bullet Nose Stude Receipt R
Price: - Item location: Mesa, Arizona, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Studebaker
- Model: Champion
- Type: Sedan
- Trim: --
- Year: 1950
- Mileage: 18661
- VIN: G6I4998
- Color: Black
- Engine size: 2.8 I6
- Power options: --
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: --
- Interior color: Gray
- Options: --
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1950 Studebaker Champion --With a bullet-nose, suicide doors, and a button-top interior, this 1950 Studebaker Champion really has all the best of a classic presentation, and it does it all for such a nice price.
We know you already love this Champion because it has one of the most distinctive front ends of the era. These "bullet nose" cars are true icons of the '50s. And it's more than just the grille that makes this so unique. Studebaker's design tapered back quickly from the gunshot middle so that the fenders could reach out as far as possible. So Studebaker gave you true distinction from everything else on the road. The hood ornament, stainless rocker trim, and W5 designation on the tag tells us this was a Regal Deluxe. That means an upper-class model that cost more than some of the coupes out there. And this one wears its dignity well with a glossy black paint that shows the right amount of age to give you a natural-style classic. Shining chrome bumpers, complete badging, factory wheel covers, and whitewall tires complete a terrific vintage total package.
The suicide doors are always a cool way to get inside. And you know that swinging both the front and rear doors wide at a car show is just like a beacon inviting people over. Because of this, they made sure the interior looks fantastic, too. The door panels, package tray, and headliner all look quite fresh. Plus, the gray cloth on both rows of seating have a nice button-top design. In fact, you'll love all the details - from the artful dual spoke steering wheel, to the seatbelts with Studebaker logo. And with some nice additions, like temp gauge and AM/FM/cassette stereo, this is classic that still likes to cruise.
Studebaker's sturdy 2.8L straight-six looks nice in this engine bay with its classic flat head look. This has been well-maintained, and it has even been changed over to a 12-volt electrical system. So it starts nicely and runs strong. And you get full control over this classic with the vintage-style column-shifted three-speed manual transmission.
Complete with maintenance records and service manuals, a well-done and distinctive sedan like this is usually not this affordable. So don't let someone else take home this Champion. Call today!!!