I am putting my Studebaker up for sale because I am at retirement age and feel I can not afford to take the project to the next level of restoration. I have invested several thousand dollars in the last few years for parts and labor which I will describe later. I have owned the car for over 30 years and it has been in dry storage since then. The car still has the original paint job on it. I buffed it out when we took it out of storage a couple of years ago. The original block was blown and we replaced it with another 259 Studebaker from a 1958 Commander that was running good but had a bad body. My mechanic replaced the motor gaskets and transmission seals and painted the engine. The clutch is all brand new with resurfaced flywheel,pressure plate,clutch plate and throw out bearing. The car has overdrive and hill holder options. It is a Regal Conestoga which has the optional side chrome trim. All of the brake lines and metal fuel lines have been replaced and wheel and master cylinder on the brakes were rebuilt. The car comes with an extra set of 259 heads, 12 volt starter, alternator and electric fuel pump that came with the 1958 Commander parts car should you want to convert it to 12 volt system. Also included would be a 1955 shop and owners manual and the original carb and intake manifold from the original motor. The only issue right now is that I am having a problem getting fuel to the engine. New mechanical fuel pump but not pumping to the carb and the gas tank has a small seam leak if you put more than five gallons or so in the tank. The tank is still solid enough to be repaired. we had the tank off and flushed after sitting 30 years. Also have a drivers side floorboard to replace the original which has a 5 or so inch hole in the middle where your feet rest. Other than that the rest of the car is pretty solid for a 63 year old car and The car is very rare.The last picture of the 10 was when we first took the car out of 30 years storage and as you can see a slight rust around drivers side air vent on the front fender. Also the interior is all original, no holes or tears in front or rear seats. You will probably never see another one at any car show no matter how big . Thanks for looking.

Used Year: 1955
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 8396183 Mileage: 71,035
Number of Cylinders: 8 Make: Studebaker
Transmission: manual three speed Model: Commander Eight
Body Type: 2 door wagon Trim: Conestoga Regal
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Engine: 259 ci V8
Vehicle Title: Clear Drive Type: rear wheel drive
Fuel Type: Gasoline For Sale By: owner
Sub Model: wagon Disability Equipped: No
Exterior Color: saginaw green Drive Side: left hand drive
Interior Color: brown and tan