Check out this custom '52 Studebaker project. Deep blue/purple
paint contrasted by the white vinyl of the removable hardtop gives
a custom look that really stands out. Recessed headlamps, a deleted
rear bumper, as well as flush mounted custom tail lights also add
to it's custom appearance. Currently this Studebaker sits on
Chevrolet S-10 Mags with 14'' tires at all four corners. Powered by
a Chevy 400 CID small block V8 puts out along with a few upgrades
including aluminum valve covers, an aftermarket aluminum intake,
all topped off with a Quadrajet 4 barrel carburetor and a custom
made engine cover. This ride offers GM's 400 Turbo 3 speed
automatic transmission that feeds back to a GM 10-bolt rear end.
Other key features include upgraded power front disc brakes, power
steering, dual reservoir master cylinder, chrome brake booster
cover, as well as a color matched firewall and inner fenders.
Interior-wise this ride carries over the white vinyl into the door
panels and headliner. Modern charcoal bucket seats, new black
carpet, a custom built console with floor shifter and cup holders,
tilt column and a custom dash with later model gauges comprise the
rest of the cabin. As you can see this Studebaker could be a great
project car that will take little to finish, come check it out
today and make it yours!
1952 Studebaker Custom
Interior Color:DRK GY
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