Classic Cars: Studebakers For Sale
1970 Plymouth Road Runner
$39,000 Lunenburg Massachusetts
1979 Pontiac Trans
$29,995 Lutz Florida
1923 Ford Model
$19,999 Tucson Arizona
1967 Chevy Camaro
$99,995 Fort Worth Texas
1923 Ford Model
$28,995 Fort Worth Texas
1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo
Studebaker isn't quite mainstream, but there are a lot of guys who really dig their performance/luxury coupes like this 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo resto-mod. Dramatic styling, strong performance from a 350 cubic inch V8, and all the luxury features...
$16,995 Fort Worth, Texas
1950 Studebaker Pickup
This is exactly everything you want in a vintage pickup. This 1950 Studebaker was stylish when new, and absolutely unique today. Plus, underneath the attractive style is the heart of a dependable and powerful Chevy V8...
$23,995 Concord, North Carolina
1946 Studebaker M-16
Rat Rod truck. This is my personal shop truck, I own Dagels Restoration and fabrication. I did a Tec article for Rat Rod Magazine using this 1946 Studebaker to show how to apply in Lizardskin Sound deadener and Heat Insulation...
1923 Studebaker Big 6
For many of us, the name 'Studebaker' may not be that common, but in the early days of motoring, cars like this 1923 Studebaker Big Six touring were very well-known, highly respected, and admired...
$33,995 Lithia Springs, Georgia
1931 Studebaker Sedan
Complete, all original sedan that runs and drives. Flathead straight 6, standard transmission. this is a real beauty.
1942 Studebaker Champion
Runs and drives. in very good condition. need a little tlc. very rare.
1957 Studebaker Commander
Auto 390 v8. Runs and drives. 4 door. Primed and ready for paint.
1937 Studebaker Coupe
3 window coupe. Looks like a Willys. 350 engine, 200r4 transmission, Camaro subframe. Comes with headlights, hood side, and grille. Project car. It is not running. It will take many hours to make nice...
1961 Studebaker Hawk
V8, Manual Transmission, all original, just inherited, 86,000 miles, garage kept for 25 years and only driven 200 miles by my late father. I have been told the engine is a P and it is the presidential series.
1961 Studebaker Champ
In the early '60s, Studebaker needed a new truck to stay viable but didn't have the money to build one. The solution? The Champ, which took the existing pickup chassis and bed and grafted on a Lark front end, creating one of the coolest pickups...
$12,995 Lithia Springs, Georgia