1947 Studebaker Commander Regal
In 1947 Studebaker completely redesigned the Champion and the Commander, making them the first new cars after WW2. The all new postwar 1947-49 Studebaker Commander Coupe & Convertible represent Studebaker in it’s most glamorous and pricey guises. These cars were announced well in advanced of the 1947 model year in early 46, making Studebaker “First by far with a postwar car!” This car represents extremely low production of only 1,503 Regal trimmed Commander convertibles assembled. Highly optioned and correctly restored it was the under taking of the foremost Studebaker restorers, the “Schrock Brothers” of Pennsylvania. They embarked on a multiyear restoration in attempt to restore the finest 1947 Commander Convertible available. Their personal collection of the largest Studebaker NOS parts known, they used only the best of the best for this Commander.
Finished in show quality factory correct Tulip yellow it’s enhanced with a black Hartz cloth top and correct stainless trim. The upholstery is stunning as well, boasting blood red leather seats with correct matching red carpet. Equipped with the correct 170cid 6 cylinder engine and column shifted three speed manual transmission with factory overdrive for highway cruising. Options on this stunning auto include turn signal, De luxe Regal steering wheel, hill holder, factory radio & clock, interior heater, correct spot light and scripted back-up light. Regal treatments include lower rocker moldings, fender skirts, deluxe center hood ornament, matching fender spears, amber fog lights and front & rear accessory bumper guards. With 1210 miles showing, it would attest to having been tried and tested since the restoration. A highly desirable model with extensive options, this show quality restored Studebaker is true blue chip status…
Price $49,000.00 USD
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