1948 Studebaker Champion for sale 100981377
1948 Studebaker Champion
$15,700
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1948 Studebaker Champion

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Classic Car Overview

BY APPOINTMENT ONLYPLEASE ALLOW 24 HRSThis Studebaker comes equipped with its original working radio, clock and heater. It also comes with a working overdrive. Very nice paint, interior, and chrome. This car gets you noticed.Studebaker resumed automobile production quite quickly following World War II with the Champions introduction in December of 1945. The car was a very lightly disguised 1942 model, and shortly thereafter, in June of 1946, Studebaker announced the Americas first all-new post-war model (conveniently ignoring the new Kaiser-Frazer product line).Styling of the new Studebaker Champion was executed mainly at Raymond Loewys studios, with much of the work was actually accomplished by Virgil Exner. The cars appearance was stunning and somewhat polarizing, and the Starlight coupes large four-part wrap-around rear window in particular so closely resembled a front windshield that comedians wondered aloud if the car was coming or going. Nonetheless, the design was futuristic, and proved to be influential as the rest of the American auto industry was forced to play catch-up.Advanced designs were plentiful on the Studebaker Champion, with Bendix self-adjusting brakes, no-glare instruments, pull-type door handles, and both one- and two-piece panoramic windshields. More than 100,000 1947 Studebaker Champions were sold. The 1948 model year saw few changes other than a revised grille and trim alterations. Today the Studebaker Champion of th

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    G830375
  • Classic Car ID
    100981377
  • Stock Number
    C830375
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • Condition
    N/A
  • Mileage
    68,669 miles
  • Engine
    N/A
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    Manual
  • Exterior Color
    Yellow
  • Custom Color
    N/A

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