1935 Studebaker Custom Details
Could be a Barris Built Car, or a Gene Winfield movie car. I think we will find out more about this awesome find during the auction. I will post up what I hear or find about this wild ride.
Here is some info from the best we can tell: The chassis and body are a 1935 Studebaker that was sectioned around 8 inches, and had a 1949 Studebaker roof grafted on to it. This is one wild custom.
The body has not been channeled. The dash is stock. It looks like the body was originally a roadster or coupe from what we can tell. The headlights are stock. We have the stock bumpers.
Take a good look at all the pictures. What you see is what you get.
There is a brass plaque on the dash that says, “Dictator”. The car was supposedly running well a couple of years ago, per the previous owner. But, I would consider this a full restoration candidate.
The straight 6 engine and transmission appear to be from a 60’s Ford Falcon. It does look like you could get this ride going.
Restore is to its former glory, or make it your own. See the incredible renderings in the pictures below.
This a chance to have a one of a kind custom.