1937 Studebaker Coupe Express Pickup GMC 292 CI OHV inline 6-cylinder engine


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GMC 292 CI OHV inline 6-cylinder engine
Lump port head
Dual side-draft carburetors
Aluminum radiator
12 volt conversion
Tremec 5-speed transmission
Winters quick-change rear end
Fatman independent front suspension
Power steering
Power brakes with vented rotors
Finished in Lexus Silver Blue
Custom hand-fabricated aluminum bomber seats
Blue leather upholstery
Hidden tool compartment
Side mount spare
Dash-mounted tachometer
Banjo steering wheel
Artillery-style wheels
This Studebaker is powered by a worked GMC 292 CI OHV inline 6-cylinder engine. A mill from the earliest roots of Hot Rodding, it features the lump-port head, dual side-draft carburetors and a dyno-tested 250 HP. There were other upgrades, however, such as a modern aluminum radiator and the conversion of the electrical system to a more common 12-volt design. And instead of the old Studebaker prewar gearbox, this truck has a Tremec 5-speed transmission backed by a Winters quick-change rear end with dress-up cover. Under the front resides a Fatman independent front suspension, as well as power steering and power disc brakes with vented rotors. Tricks continue with the body finished in a crisp Lexus Silver Blue, with very modest pinstripe touches. Inside the cab are hand-fabricated aluminum bomber seats covered in custom blue leather upholstery. There is a dash-mounted tachometer, long-handle shifter and banjo steering wheel, and a hidden tool compartment was added as well. The side-mount spare helps create the feeling of utility, as do the artillery-style wheels with non-descript blackwall tires.
1937 Studebaker Coupe Express Pickup GMC 292 CI OHV inline 6-cylinder engine
$ 15,700.00
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GMC 292 CI OHV inline 6-cylinder engine
Lump port head
Dual side-draft carburetors
Aluminum radiator
12 volt conversion
Tremec 5-speed transmission
Winters quick-change rear end
Fatman independent front suspension
Power steering
Power brakes with vented rotors
Finished in Lexus Silver Blue
Custom hand-fabricated aluminum bomber seats
Blue leather upholstery
Hidden tool compartment
Side mount spare
Dash-mounted tachometer
Banjo steering wheel
Artillery-style wheels
This Studebaker is powered by a worked GMC 292 CI OHV inline 6-cylinder engine. A mill from the earliest roots of Hot Rodding, it features the lump-port head, dual side-draft carburetors and a dyno-tested 250 HP. There were other upgrades, however, such as a modern aluminum radiator and the conversion of the electrical system to a more common 12-volt design. And instead of the old Studebaker prewar gearbox, this truck has a Tremec 5-speed transmission backed by a Winters quick-change rear end with dress-up cover. Under the front resides a Fatman independent front suspension, as well as power steering and power disc brakes with vented rotors. Tricks continue with the body finished in a crisp Lexus Silver Blue, with very modest pinstripe touches. Inside the cab are hand-fabricated aluminum bomber seats covered in custom blue leather upholstery. There is a dash-mounted tachometer, long-handle shifter and banjo steering wheel, and a hidden tool compartment was added as well. The side-mount spare helps create the feeling of utility, as do the artillery-style wheels with non-descript blackwall tires.

Additional information

Make: Studebaker
Model: Coupe Express
Type: Pickup
Year: 1937
Doors: 2
Mileage: 25134
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Blue
Exterior Color: Blue
Vehicle Identification Number: J55371
United States, Arizona, Phoenix
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