|1955 Studebaker President $26,900|
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|Location:||St. Louis, MO|
1955 Studebaker President
MotoeXotica is proud to offer this fabulous 1955 Studebaker President,a beautifulexample from a true Studebaker enthusiast. The strikingtwo tone blue paint and contrasting white top is in great condition with no major imperfections to be found. Inside, the blue cloth and vinyl seats all look presentably original with normal wear visible, including the door panels and dashboard that are matched to the exterior of the car and look fantastic. This awesome Studebaker is being sold with only 41,347 actual miles as stated on the title.
In 1927 Studebaker moved up-market and into the luxury car segment with their President model line. The goal of the President was to be the finest, most powerful, dependable, and luxurious car on the American market. The President was given a powerful eight-cylinder engine that was worthy of the elegant coachwork that it carried. The engine earned Studebaker a reputation in power, performance and endurance. The Studebaker President stayed in production until 1942 and later reappeared in 1955. By establishing land speed records, the President cemented its name in the performance department. The powerful eight-cylinder engine captured 114 records, 35 of which would stand for 35 years. The long bodies meant there was plenty of interior room for the passengers and no expense was spared when creating these automotive marvels.
Following Studebakerandrsquo;s acquisition of Packardin 1954, the President line was added as a new top-of-the-line model for Studebaker, slightly closing the gap between the Studebaker line and the Packardandrsquo;s mid-priced Clippers. The President was an excellent addition to their economy car, Champion and mid-priced Commander lines, and helped Studebaker round out its product lineup. Studebakerandrsquo;s 1955 cars most prominently featured a large chrome grille. Under the hood, a 259-cid V8 with a four-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts provided the car with 185 hp. The new Passmaster V8 was well named, and was available with overdrive transmission or Studebaker Automatic Drive.
Studebaker Presidents were the champions of 1950s American motoring, with smart engineering and clever design. This is a fine example of the First American family-size sports car, Studebakers in general have very good club support, making ownership all the more enjoyable, and parts and maintenance are relatively simple to secure. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!andhellip; Please see our other inventory for an equally impressive supercharged Golden Hawk, supercharged Packard Hawk, and rarely seen Studebaker Speedster!
Current mileage on the odometer shows 41,347 it is sold as is on a clean andamp; clear actual mileage title.
|Analysis:||Poor Deal, 11.0 % above market avg. What's this?|
This vehicle is priced $2,877 more than the Average Market Price of $24,023 for a 1955 Studebaker President. This is a Poor Deal as it's priced 11.0 % above market avg. The Pie chart below shows the number of ads within different price ranges.