Classic Cars: Studebakers For Sale

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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...

$12,495   

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.

$43,995   

1942 Studebaker Champion

Runs and drives. in very good condition. need a little tlc. very rare.

$16,495   

1957 Studebaker Commander

Auto 390 v8. Runs and drives. 4 door. Primed and ready for paint.

$7,495   

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...

$9,495   

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.

$18,995   

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