Barn find, bulletnose. This car is very solid and original. It even has the old car smell!The upholstery is mostly original and in very good shape. Seats and headliner in very good shape for the age and look to be mohair.
The car runs and drives. It is a little stiff from sitting. The motor is quiet. At idle it is hard to hear that it is running. It will need fluid changes from storage but it does run, start, drive and stop.
The paint is old but mostly shiny. It looks to be enamel so it could use some buffing in spots.The glass is good, with minimal clouding.
The car has been in the dry many years. No gaping rust holes. The doors shut well. The electric system is the original six volt system.
I feel the mileage is not far from original but do not have documentation to prove it.
There are some spare parts in the trunk that go with the car.
I had this car outside one day and it attracted many people. One person thought it was a Tucker!If your grandad had one of these and simply parked it in his garage for many years; this is justthat type of car. Used but never abused. Not a show car, but a time piece for sure.
Good Luck bidding!

Used Year: 1950
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 6871449 Mileage: 60,999
Interior Color: Tan Make: Studebaker
Number of Cylinders: 6 Model: Champion
Transmission: Manual Engine: Flathead Six
Body Type: Sedan Drive Type: RWD
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Vehicle Title: Clear
Sub Model: Sedan Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: Black For Sale By: Private Seller