1950 Studebaker Champion Custom top chopped 3 inches, front wheel
wells moved forward and up, custom rear roll pan with exhaust
outlets, cadillac tail lights, ford 351 bored .030 over edelbrock
aluminum heads and intake. Stainless exhaust, ford aod automatic
overdrive transmission, lincoln versailles disc brakes rear end, 4
wheel disc brakes, mustang front suspension, heidts shock wave air
springs on all 4 corners, lincoln mark 8 eight way power front
seats , custom interior with studebaker logo embroidered in them,
paint color is viper flame orange with house of color brandywine
scallops custom pinstriping on side and front, doors hood windows
and truck can be remotely operated, dash has brand new classic
instrument to replace junk dakota digital original dash and some
interior trim is powder coated candy blue, the rear seat is out of
a ford taurus with center arm rest, seat can fold down for access
to trunk fuel cell in trunk batteries has remote jumpers in rear
with air fitting for suspension in a emergency 12 volt air
compressor tank and valve body is in a module in the trunk . Stock
Number JJB948 -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home
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1950 Studebaker Champion
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