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1929 Studebaker Roadster

   SOLD: Offer Accepted

Auction Information

 

Auction ID:
#848
Posted on:
26th of April 2020 at 3:00 PM
Bids:
1
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Vehicle Information

 

Seller:
TexTim
Year:
1929
Make:
Studebaker
Model:
N/A
VIN:
D936785
Mileage:
99999
Type of Engine:
Chevy 350 V8
Type of Transmission:
400 Turbo automatic transmission
Is the Title Clear:
Yes
Is the Title in Seller's Name:
Yes
Condition:
Good
Seller Type:
Private Party
Does the Vehicle Run:
Runs and Drives
Location:
Lufkin, TX

Description

Bad Apple Rides has pleasure to list this awesome 1929 Studebaker All Steel Roadster

This 1929 Studebaker roadster has been in current seller possession for one year. Seller states that he has purchased this Studebaker from the previous owner and builder, who has, unfortunately passed away, and the Studebaker was sitting in the garage for many years. The power is provided by 350 V8 chevy small block that is paired turbo 400 automatic transmission. Both were recently rebuilt by the current owner. The engine also features new 4bbl Edelbrock carburetor also installed by the current owner. The rear is 12 bold Chevy, and the stopping is provided by dual master cylinder, located under the floor, and drum brakes on all four corners. This Studebaker has original signature front end with leaf springs running along the fame. The tires sit on Cragar chrome wire spoke rims where slight chrome pitting is present and visible. The lights hi/lo, brake lights and indicator lights are in working order. The seller states that the car is a great Sunday driver and has taken the roadster to numerous local shows.

The all steel body is rust/rot free and is shot with off white/cream color that shines. The wooden floors were replaced by metal. The front grill is repo fiberglass. The windshield is crack/chip free. This Studebaker has suicide type doors.

The interior of this 1929 Studebaker was redone by the seller, and it is dark brown color done in distressed/wrinkled vinyl to show that antique look. The bench seat has racing style lap seat belt for a driver, but there is no seat belt for the passenger. The gauges – speedometer, tachometer, volt, oil pressure, temp and gas – are all in working conditions and set in the padded dash. The three spoke steering wheel is equipped with quick connect and sits on a chrome steering column. The gears are changed by tall Hurst shifter. The 15 gallon gas tank and battery are located in the carpeted trunk.

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