1959 4E3D Scotsman 4x4 NAPCO All Original Numbers Matching

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  • Make: Studebaker
  • Model: 4E3D
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1959
  • Mileage: 41411
  • Color: Red
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Brown
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1959 Studebaker 4E3D

LOW RESERVE!
1959 4E3D112 Scotsman NAPCO Studebaker 1/2-ton Pickup
One of One
All Original
Truck probably shouldn't be restored, it's ORIGINAL and it's Only Original Once!
41411 Original miles
2 Owner, I have a copy of the original owner title and clear title in my name, 2nd owner.
Complete Number Matching: Engine, Trany, Transfer, Differentials, and all body parts
Found on a Ranch in the High Dry Desert of Colorado
Here's the breakdown:Studebaker made 155 NAPCO 4x4's on All Studebakers in 1959 (65 went to the US Navy)Studebaker made 9 NAPCO 4x4's 1/2 ton'sStudebaker only made 1 Painted in "Tahiti Coral" and here she is!!!!!!
All Documented through the National Studebaker Museum, and Studebaker.Note: The Museum of off Road wanted this truck on display when they opened a few years back!
Complete Numbers Matching
Runs well, starts right up, no smoke
New Seat Covers, Tires, Master Cylinder, Front Wheel Cylinders, Brake light Switch, Window Felts, Radiator hoses, Points, Spark Plugs, Ignition Wires, Distributor cap, Air Cleaner, couple Brake hoses, Battery, Oil, Filter, etc...
Great Patina!
The Truck was repainted and rebuilt about 25-30 years ago
Very little surface rust and only a couple small 2" rusted out spots in bed and door, see Pictures
SOLID SOLID TRUCK
Has a New Spare Tire
LOOK on YouTube to see a video of truck running!
Truck has been in storage for the last two years but i guarantee it to start with a few minutes work!
Always has and Always will!



On May-27-22 at 05:35:27 PDT, seller added the following information:

My mistake, The truck has been mechanically keep up over the years but never completely restored.Over the years the engine has been gone trough, it has had brakes rebuilt, resprayed, bearings and u-joints replaced etc.. but never restored

On May-30-22 at 11:16:45 PDT, seller added the following information:

I've been talking to a guy about the front-end diff and he states that it supposed to be a drop out and that this truck doesn't have that. I'm no expert but I have talked to Studebaker and they assured me with DOCUMENTED PAPERWORK that it is one of the 9, 1/2 ton short wheelbase trucks and only one of those was painted in "Tahiti Coral"! The Truck Vin Numbers match the engine and body numbers and Studebaker has it listed as a NAPCO. We are assuming possibly the front end could have been swapped out in some time in it's life because it was always kept running to be used on the Ranch. But I have also been told that it is the right front end. I just wanted to be up front with everyone.