the Studebaker Coupe Express M5 1/2ton pick up truck is THE quintessential farm truck - a Survivor! - 75 years old - Studebaker introduced the M-Series pickup truck in 1941, the company used the Coupe Express name in advertising for a time; no M-Series trucks were ever officially designated as the Coupe Express, though. (not to be confused with the previous Studebaker Coupe Express of 1937-1939).
The M series sports a more aerodynamic shape than most trucks of the time, pre World War II, with easily recognizable "wind wing" vents on the driver and passenger windows, a feature not found on any other make of American truck during World War II. Art deco inspired trim, Hawk detailing makes this truck a classic.
Solid with very little body rust. Alberta farm truck - NOS carburetor, fuel pump, gaskets, rebuild kits, interior parts - new rollers/tires - PLUS a copy of the Studebaker Commercial Car and Truck Shop Manual 'M' Series AND Parts Catalog for M Series Trucks - in dry storage.