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For Sale: 1949 Studebaker Champion in Hilton, New York

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Vehicle Description

RARE FIND! 1949 Studebaker Champion Convertible! Factory Born Convertible unchanged with original low mileage driveline and body panels. Newer replacement Top and full Interior including the addition of lap belts for driver and passengers for your cruising safety and show enjoyment. The straight Six Cyl provides plenty of power and shifts smoothly via the Column mounted 3-Speed Manual Transmission. This is a Power Top Car! Wow!! and it Works! We have the Owner's manual. Own a significant piece in our Automotive History. The Studebakers of the past are extremely Iconic and a very recognized nameplate worldwide. We have gone through this car and it is every bit as good if not better in person than in pictures. The chassis and undercarriage is as nice as the topsides.. The Bahama Blue is absolutely Gorgeous. It shines a great deal in sunlight, picture day was rainy so we took all photos inside. Very straight, and very pretty! Beautiful Driving car that looks great from 2 to 200 feet away. Love the color combination and truly a comfortable car to drive.Studebaker got its start in 1852 by building wagons and supplying horse-drawn vehicles to the ´┐Żnion Army during the Civil war. It eventually became the largest wagon builder in the world, and didn't begin manufacturing automobiles until 1902. When Studebaker produced its last vehicle in 1966, it had been in business for 114. In 1947, Studebaker was one of the first automakers to produce an all-new body design following the end of World War II. Introduced in early 1946, the new Champion was the work of the industrial design firm Raymond Loewy and Associates and Studebaker designer Virgil Exner. Studebaker's Champion changed very little from 1947 to 1949. The Champion four-door sedan was Studebaker's best seller in 1949, with 24,328 examples being produced. This Champion features optional fog lights, directional signals, and back-up lights. Power is from a 6-cylinder, inline engine displacing 169.6 cubic-inches and offering 80 horsepower. 1949 was the Studebaker Corporation's record year for profits. We Sell and Ship worldwide Chrome Package, Armrests - Dual Front, Tinted Glass, Full Vehicle Cover, Sports Package, Luxury Package, Spare Tire, Full-Size Spare Tire

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1335640
  • Price:Contact Seller
  • Location:Hilton, New York
  • Year:1949
  • Make:Studebaker
  • Model:Champion
  • Exterior Color:Bahama Mist
  • Interior Color:Tan
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:40302
  • Stock Number:E1198
  • VIN:0000000000G461359