Starlight Coupe, professional restoration completed in 2016, always garaged by original owner before I bought in 2015. Original owner did most of the restoration and was professionally re-painted original Maui Blue color, original engine (re-built) and drive train and AUTOMATIC transmission (new for Stude in 1950), "hill holder" accessory, metal re-chromed or NOS replaced as needed, seats rebuilt, new interior components as needed, radio converted to AM/FM, new radial tires, shows great even at 2 ft., "thumbs up" car, drives superbly.
George Krem’s 1964 Studebaker Challenger sedan is a drag-racing demon
The Pick of the Day is a piece of futuristic styling that resonates today
Rare station wagon to be offered during RM Sotheby’s Florida sale to benefit Spina Bifida of Jacksonville
The original “push-me-pull-you” Studebaker coupe had car buyers scratching their heads when the wraparound rear window appeared in 1947 as a styling option.
It’s quite a shame that one of the oldest automobile manufacturers (at the time of their demise) couldn’t have withstood the stiff competition of the day.
Engines are the heart and soul of Lamborghinis
Pilot program clearly deemed a success
Architects hope the plan works better this time in Peking to Paris rally