Gas Monkey Garage | Template (972) 243-6659 Email Us 2340 Merrell Rd X, Dallas, TX 75229 1964 Studebaker Commander Wagonaire Engine Size - Transmission Type - Body Style - Exterior Color Patina Interior Color - Miles 999,999 VIN 64V2240 Stock 2240 Description 1964 Studebaker Commander Wagonaire Project offered by Gas Monkey Garage!
How cool is this? An extremely original and untouched example of one of Americans more unique designs, perhaps the first true SUV predating the GMC Envoy's sliding roof by nearly 40 years it was found in the desert southwest where it survives for more than 50 years. The sun has baked the original finish to produce this killer patina that would look great preserved with a clear coat or would make for an easy prep for paint if you decide.
The exterior is in remarkable condition having survived with just a few dents (see all 100- pics) and retaining most of the original trim. All of the glass is in good shape and operational as are the doors and tailgate. The Wagonaire roof slides easily as well. The hood latch however, is not operational, therefore there are no pics of the engine or drive train so assume there is not one (there is an engine present, however the condition or completeness is unknown).
The interior appears mostly complete however, the beauty of the desert climate extends only to preservation of metal, not so much to upholstery and most interior materials. While mostly complete, it will need complete restoration. The good news here is that being mostly complete, it will serve as a template for restoration of key components such as the seats and door panels.
Underside photos reveal a fairly solid and complete chassis with superficial rust present on most components ( again, sell pics).
This kick ass 1964 Studebaker Commander Wagonaire hasn't run in decades and will need complete restoration therefore it is sold as a non-running project and we cannot perform any additional work on this Wagon or build it for you (SOLD AS IS/WHERE IS). The winning bidder may have the option of coming to the shop to pick up the Wagon and Hang out!
If you're looking for a really cool Station wagon from the 60's you won't find a better example that's priced to sell! This would be perfect for Cruise Night, Advertising and Promotional use or as a kick ass addition to your collection, you decide!
Clear Title in hand, please check with your freight forwarder for a quote from Dallas TX 75229 we sell Internationally as well as locally and will end the auction when it sells. Low feedback bidders (less than 5) please send a good contact number and email address BEFORE you bid! A $500 deposit is required through PayPal only within 24 hours of auction closing with the
Photos About Us “I’ve been obsessed with cars since… I was born.”
Richard Rawlings had a car by age fourteen, and had gone through nearly twenty cars by the time he was out of high school. His father worked three jobs his whole life—two to make ends meet for the family, and one to buy toys. Neither a mechanic nor a fabricator, his father took pride in his car collection. Needless to say, this stayed with Richard.
Rawlings was always working, and always chasing pipe dreams. By twenty-one, he’d been a cop, a fireman, and a medic. But he wanted more. After a rough stint of sleeping on his sister’s couch, he got his act together and entered the world of trading sales. Here he solidified his business savvy, and went on to build an advertising and printing firm from the ground up. The company grew to become a “juggernaut” in the Dallas area. A mere four years later, the company sold, and with that money Gas Monkey Garage was born.
Aaron Kaufman worked at a shop Rawlings frequented, and loved the stuff Rawlings brought in for him. Kaufman always went above and beyond for him. When Gas Monkey opened, Rawlings called him up and asked if he wanted to work for him. The premise was simple: Rawlings wanted the fastest, most expensive, most badass hot rod shop to be found, with apparel and a show on Discovery to boot. Kaufman thought he was crazy, but signed on anyway. Eight years later, the shop is all that and more.
They owe their success to a strict business model. They don’t buy parts—only whole models without too much rust. Owing to his business background, Rawlings has a handle on the market, and knows the price he ought to pay. In ninety days or less, the job will be done, whether they start with a decent model or a carcass. Then it’s onto the next job without hesitation. If a finished car sits too long, Rawlings will sell it at a loss. He’s interested in a killer operation, not a stockpile.
Their roles within the shop are clear. Rawlings is first and foremost an entrepreneur. He wants to sell a style, push a brand, and make sure Gas Monkey Garage never stops growing. Kaufman runs the shop, armed with his mastery of mechanics, electrics, and fabrication. The dynamic is vital, the common ground being their mutual love of classic cars. Rawlings has always been an old soul when it comes to cars, and his style has brought in a steady flow of clientele who trust his no-B.S. methods. “Anyone can go out and buy a Ferrari.” Rawlings’ dream car? “A 1932 Ford Roadster—the holy grail of hot rods.”
Warranty Information This vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty, expressed written or implied. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and makes no warranty in connection therewith. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgement solely. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.
Terms & Conditions We sell internationally as well as locally and we reserve the right to end the Auction if it sells. We can assist with shipping logistics. If you have less than 5 feedbacks please send your contact info by “asking seller a question” BEFORE bidding.
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PayPal deposit required within 24 hours, Full payment required within 7 days.
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Used Year: 1964
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 64V2240 Mileage: 999999
Vehicle Title: Clear Make: Studebaker
For Sale By: Dealer Model: Commander Wagonaire
Doors: 5 VIN: 64V2240
Interior Color: Other Cylinders: Unspecified

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