1951 Studebaker Barn Find Rat Rod Resto Rod Rust Free Rod Project Land Cruiser

Price: US $9,500.00 Item location: Gig Harbor, Washington, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Studebaker
  • Model: Land Cruiser
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: Commander Landcruiser
  • Year: 1951
  • Mileage: 74,462
  • VIN: V94108
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual with Overdrive
  • Drive type: Standard 3 speed with Overdrive
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1951 Studebaker Land Cruiser

I am reluctantly listing my 1951 Studebaker Landcruiser. I bought it because it is RUST FREE, nd had been in storage since 1989, same family for many years. I paid the upper end of classic car values for that reason. NO RUST and NO BONDO......Original interior, he original 232 V8 with 3 speed over-drive had never been out of the car and ran beautifully. Everything worked perfectly. Glass is excellent too. I drove it around a bit and then decided to upgrade the brakes front and rear to modern disc brakes, ight down to the dual master cylinder etc. Over the past year I have bought many parts to update this straight old Studebaker into a neat not too modified driver. There is quite a list and everything listed and shown goes with the car! New Offenhauser polished Aluminum Valvecovers, how quality restored Edmonds 2x2 Intake and carburetors, wo extra ww stock carburetors, urple hornie glass pack muffers, ew 17x7 inch custom wheels, ew 17inch low profile tires, ew shocks for front and rear, ew trans mounts, xtra rebuilt 232 V8 and extra 3 speed over-drive transmission, ew n.o.s stainless vent shades, ew fuel pump, ew carburetor kits, ll new disc brake conversion (everything installed except for master cylinder which is included) Still has the factory installed sun visor worth over $1000.00 by itself. Look at the pictures and get lucky. I have never seen one of these old Studes in Rust Free condition. I have new business commitments and so no time to do what I love to do for awhile. Will be listing a Rust Free 1966 International Travelall next and a super nice 4.6 Cobra Engine that I was intending to put in an F-100 project. Everything goes. I have over $11,000.00 in what you see in the pictures which includes what I paid for the car. I pulled the front fenders, ose and engine to get things cleaned up etc. That is where it sets. You get the works. Put it back together as a Rat Rod, r restore it however you choose. The first picture is what it looked like the day I bought it.