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1940 Studebaker 2Dr Coupe - Utah Showroom
1940 Studebaker Coupe - Utah Showroom
In 1939, Studebaker introduced the low-priced, six-cylinder Champion. An instant success, the Champion sold alongside the larger eight-cylinder President and six-cylinder Commander. The Dictator name, for obvious reasons, was dropped at the end of the 1937 model year. Popular Studebaker options during this period were overdrive and the Hill Holder.
Studebaker enthusiasts point to many factors that make them proud of their vehicles: milestones in styling, engineering, endurance, economy and speed records. Added to these highlights is the epic story of the industrious people of South Bend who made the 114-year adventure possible.
This Studebaker has the L head 6 Cylinder engine with manual OD Transmission It features spot lights, bumper guards and grille guard, fabric bench seat and electric wipers. It has 44300 actual miles