Studebaker

Running Strong: 1923 Studebaker Special Six

It is always so nice to see a running and driving car that is approaching 100 years old. This 1923 Studebaker Special Six is exactly that. Located in Spring City, Pennsylvania, the buy-it-now price is set at $11,000 or… more»

1 of 1 Mail Truck: 1963 Studebaker Zip Van

The seller of this 1963 Studebaker zip van contends it is the only one built as a prototype for the U.S. Postal Service. It sports a highly unusual supercharged two-stroke diesel engine that does not run. The seller bought… more»

Same Owner Since ’80: 1963 Studebaker Avanti

This 1963 Studebaker Avanti is a pleasing driver-quality car that looks sharp on polished hubcaps and a dark olive paint job. The paint isn’t original, and it’s a shame because the factory paint job is believed to have been… more»

Studebaker Powered 1948 White-Buick Rat Rod

This one is hard to categorize, or even name. What is it?! It’s a 1948 White Super Power cab that’s married to a 1960 Buick Invicta sedan rear and it’s powered by a 1953 Studebaker engine. Whatever it is,… more»

Supercharged 1964 Studebaker Daytona R2

This is a car that we don’t see too often, especially in this condition. It’s a supercharged 1964 Studebaker Daytona R2 and it has been restored to what the seller says is like new or better than new condition… more»

One Family for 60 Years: 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk

This 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk has been in the same family since 1959. The time has come for it to move on, and you have to wonder whether it can repeat the performance. If it does, it might actually… more»

Second Time Around: 1937 Studebaker Dictator Coupe

UPDATE 7/23/2019 – This Studebaker got bid up to $13,600 the last go around, it’s now been relisted with an opening bid of $12k and a reserve. It will be interesting to see where bidding ends up this go… more»

Postal Project: 1963 Studebaker Zip Van

I can still remember our mailman (pre-“letter carrier” era) driving a van like this 1963 Studebaker Zip Van while we were growing up. I don’t know exactly what make or model it was, but it looked exactly like this… more»

Moose Not Included! 1939 Studebaker L5

Despite its obvious bed, this fabulous 1939 Studebaker L5 Coupe Express in Fairbanks, Alaska seems almost too pretty to call a “truck.” Evidently customers agreed as only 1200 of the handsome car-based pickup trucks left the factory. Only the… more»

Two For One: Pair Of Studebaker Champs

This is a great duo that is up for sale. Two former workhorses, a 1961 and 192 Studebaker Champ pickup trucks can become your projects for the asking price of $3,500. They are wanting to be sold as a… more»

Stored 20 Years: 1963 Studebaker Wagonaire

Wagons are hot right now and Studebakers are cool, what a great combo that makes for this 1963 Studebaker Wagonaire. Yes, the one with the rear portion of the roof that folds back. This cool/hot wagon can be found… more»

Estate Sale Find: 1963 Studebaker Avanti

This 1963 Studebaker Avanti is part of an estate clean-out in the Tampa Bay area in Florida. The first picture here shows a car that has clearly been forgotten under a cheap car cover, but the previous owner was… more»

Black Plate 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk Sport

There is always something unique about a Studebaker. Maybe it is the name or the looks, but in any case, this 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk 2 door sport, with the model number 62V-K6, is a car for someone with… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1948 Studebaker Champion Convertible

Reader George S has decided to part ways with this rare Studebaker Champion Regal Deluxe Convertible. It’s a project that needs to be finished but appears to be quite solid. We will get into what all in needs shortly,… more»

Needs Completing: 1963 Studebaker Lark Daytona

To see an old classic like this 1963 Lark Daytona sitting neglected and unloved, you would be forgiven for thinking that you would be facing a mountain of work before the car was ever going to fire a shot… more»

$3,300 Or Offer: 1962 Studebaker Lark

Designer, Brooks Stevens, not only designed vehicles like this 1962 Studebaker Lark wagon, he designed some of the coolest appliances of all time. And, aren’t cars, especially station wagons, really just appliances for driving? Albeit, very cool ones when… more»