This is visually spectacular. Mechanically original. I did the chrome (re-chromed, not aftermarket therefore: $$). High end professional paint ($$) two tone metallic with a slight flip in the darker blue. Has been mechanically done really well. No idea about the miles (but probably not bad), but this is a SOLID car. Min rust, no cancer, just some skimming during repaint. Brakes done, fuel system redone, new carb. Transmission and clutched serviced/redone in last 100 miles. Have history going back about 35 years. Always southern car as far as I can tell. True mileage unknown, but car is solid. Have books. Probably the original engine. True mileage unknown.
I believe in keeping it original and here it is. Everywhere I go in this, somebody has a story about one like her. I have lots of receipts as I got it from the guy who had her for 20+ years. Suicide doors. Interior is more than adequate. She runs great, is solid and will stand any inspection. Have more pics. Glass is good. Everything, except the radio, including the automatic overdrive, on the 3 speed (on the tree) manual, works. Couple of flaws (I did not redo the interior), but she is 67 years old.
On Apr-02-18 at 16:22:12 PDT, seller added the following information:
An email pointed out that I represented the car as 'original', but correctly noted that the paint was custom and the interior was also not in the original fabrics. All true, so, allow me to clarify the comment. Mechanically, the car is as original as I can reasonably get it. The interior I have not touched, and were I to keep it, I would probably do that. I have well over $20K in the car, and probably closer to $25K, if I go back that far, so redoing the inside didn't make the list. That is for you, the next owner to decide. It is serviceable the way it is, but if you felt adventurous, would be the place I would put money.
I didn't resto-mod the car, was what I was intending to say, and my apologies to the purists (with all due respect) with my 'original' comment. The custom paint really pops and looks great. The white walls are essentially new, maybe 50 miles. The brakes, throwout bearing and fuel system are less than 50 miles since redo (less than a year) done.
On Apr-03-18 at 07:19:21 PDT, seller added the following information:
Car is for sale locally. I reserve the right to sell the car locally before the end of the auction, unless the buy it now option is chosen.

Used Year: 1951
Mileage: 999,999 Number of Cylinders: 6
Make: Studebaker Transmission: Manual
Model: Champion Body Type: Sedan
Trim: custom paint Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Engine: 6 cylinder Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
For Sale By: Private Seller Exterior Color: Blue
Drive Side: Left-hand drive Interior Color: Gray

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