|Engine||6cyl - 2.8L|
The 1950 Studebaker Champion is a classic American automobile that represents the essence of the post-World War II era. As one of Studebaker's most successful models, the Champion was renowned for its distinctive design, reliability, and affordability, making it a popular choice among car enthusiasts and everyday drivers alike.
The exterior features the iconic "bullet-nose" grille that cannot be ignored. It is finished in a two-stage burgundy paint that was said to have been painted around 2012 during the restoration. We purchased this car from a member of the Studebaker family who owned the car for about 10 years. She called the car "Lady Bug".
Under the hood of the Champion, you will find a 170 cubic inch inline 6-cylinder engine with 85 factory-rated horsepower via a column-shifted 3-speed manual transmission.
Stepping inside, you are greeted by a spacious and comfortable interior that exudes a sense of classic luxury. The plush seating, upholstered in high-quality materials, provides a delightful combination of support and relaxation.
Owning this 1950 Studebaker Champion means becoming part of a select group of automotive connoisseurs. Take pride in being the custodian of a piece of American history. For sale at Cars Remember When Auto Sales. Call Today 720-465-5104. Asking $24,900 OBO