Studebaker Commander 1955 - Two-Tone, Factory Over Drive - Barn Find!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Studebaker
- Trim: Sedan
- Year: 1955
- Mileage: 34,375
- VIN: 8406280
- Color: White/Blue
- Engine size: 6 Cylinders
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Blue
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1955 StudebakerWelcome toKatzKlassicsIncEbay Store!We are in the British, talian, nd special interest car business. We specialize in antique cars and parts.
Studebaker Commander - 1955
Car has been in dry storage since 1983, ee last inspection sticker.
Doesn'tappear to have any real rust or damage. Car looks all original, ee photos of underneath. Very solid.
We believe that this is a two owner car; appears to have been repainted at one time, s there is extra in the trunk.
We drained gas, ut in new battery, oils, ire, nd spark plugs and she started right up!
Please note that carburetor will need to be re-built.
OD Transmission appears to have been rebuilt at one time.
Brakes are good for age.
We areliquidating a friend carcollection . This is one of them.Has a clean PA title.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________A Brief History of the 1953-1958 Studebaker Commander
The 1955 cars received a large chrome grille, nd under the hood Studebaker’s engine grew to 259 cid with a 50% increase in power. With a new four-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts, he “Passmaster” engine was good for 185 hp. The new V-8 was available again with overdrive transmission or Studebaker Automatic Drive.
In 1956, he super-low styling of the Commanders was dropped, nd a taller, ore typical hood and decklid were adopted for the family cars, along with wrap-around windshields which debuted half way through 1955. For the lower slung cars, new sub-series, he Commander Power Hawk and upscale President Sky Hawk were introduced on pillared coupe and hardtop coupe styling respectively. Engineers stroked the 259-cid V-8 to 289 cid and 210 hp. As a result, tudebaker switched to sturdier Ford-O-Matic based transmission.
The 1957 and 1958 cars were carried over, ith no real substantive changes except for the addition of a dual headlamps and a very attractive two-door hardtop with a taller body for 1958.
This generation of Studebaker Commander is very popular among collectors. The low-slung “Lowey” coupes are particularly desirable, s are the 259-cid and 289-cid motors. Parts availability is fairly good and club support is terrific, aking ownership quite enjoyable.
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