Here is a gorgeous 1952 Studebaker Champion Convertible finished in
Blue, with a tan interior, riding on wide whites with Studebaker
wheel covers. Production numbers in total for Studebaker
Convertibles were just under 1,600 in 1952. This Champion
Convertible is a full restoration that was completed over several
years, and has had just under 500 put on since. The manual
convertible top is black and is in nice shape, and even comes with
a tan parade boot. The clutch fully pressed will startup the 169.9
CID I6 under the hood. And the 3-speed manual transmission is easy
to shift. Getting up to speed on the road is no issue, and it turns
heads as you drive. The paint is in good shape and has a good
luster to it. Chrome and brightwork are in great shape and reflect
very well against the paint. Open the door and you are welcomed to
a tan front bench seat with a 50/50 folding split, rear fixed bench
seat which is in great shape and stock looking. The dash retains
its original look and feel with oil pressure and amp gauges in
working order. The seats, door cards, headliner, carpeting, and
dash look almost new. Even the steering wheel is in great shape.
This great running and driving Studebaker Champion makes a great
weekend driver, or one to proudly display in your collection. Give
us a call at 763-999-1098 or email ''[email protected]'' to
inquire about this 1952 Studebaker Champion Convertible. WE ARE
OPEN TO TRADES AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE!
1952 Studebaker Champion
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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