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For Sale: 1958 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 2dr Sedan, manual shift with O/D - $12,500 - Hendersonville, NC - Not Mine -Still Available, Price Reduced to $10,000: 10-12-2022:


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For Sale: 1958 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 2dr Sedan, manual shift with O/D - $12,500 - Hendersonville, NC - Still Available, Price Reduced to $10,000: 10-12-2022: ee New Link Below;

1958 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)
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1958 Studebaker Champion. 6 cyl. flat head 3 speed with overdrive. No rust car bought new in Canada, speedometer is in kilometers, (60,000). Car is in fantastic original condition. The engine was just rebuilt before I got it. It looks to have been painted once and the interior looks to be original. It has a few paint cracks in the rear quarters. I got the car to make a street rod, but it is too nice to cut up. odometer: 42000
Contact: Barry call(828) six-9-7-two-3-7-8

Copy and paste in your email: 13d335d16c0d39d6a6308f0576da2925@sale.craigslist.org


I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1958 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 2dr Sedan, manual shift with O/D.
The Standard Catalog of American Cars, 1946-1975, Edited by John Gunnell states production for the 58G-F4 was 1,455 cars.

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Still Available, Price Reduced to $10,000: 10-12-2022: Crossed out the dead CL link, (see edit history)
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One step up from the lowly Scotsman. The "quad pods" grafted onto the fenders seem to look better with single beams rather than dual headlights.

The Shadowtone Red and Parchment White two tone and wide whites step this up from poverty to fetching.

I like it!

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Seeing a 1958 Studebaker in any body style is a fairly unusual happening.  I've seen a number of two door hardtops, which are pretty nice looking, if you're a fan, and four door sedans are probably the most common.

 

This two door sedan with the eye-catching two-tone paint job is a stand-out for me.  I really like it - maybe better than a hardtop with the same paint scheme.

 

Cars like this are why I keep visiting this forum.

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  • 58L-Y8 changed the title to For Sale: 1958 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 2dr Sedan, manual shift with O/D - $12,500 - Hendersonville, NC - Not Mine -Still Available, Price Reduced to $10,000: 10-12-2022:

Still Available, Price Reduced to $10,000: 10-12-2022:

1958 Studebaker CHAMPION 2-door - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

Contact: Please send questions AND include your phone number & I will call you to answer your questions.
Emails without at least one question and phone number will be deleted as SPAM.

Copy and paste in your email: 5b1637735adf31358ce5d1e76e606583@sale.craigslist.org

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5 hours ago, TAKerry said:

I like it, but would buy a Hawk first.

Me too but darned if this isn't unique. 

 

On 7/13/2022 at 4:28 PM, Sal Hepatica said:

The "quad pods" grafted onto the fenders seem to look better with single beams rather than dual headlights.

I agree with you the singles look much better. 

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