1950 Studebaker Champion 3 Passenger Coupe

1950 Studebaker Champion Deluxe for sale in Charles Town, West Virginia, United States

Condition: Used
Item location: Charles Town, West Virginia, United States
Make: Studebaker
Model: Champion
Type: Coupe
Trim: Deluxe
Year: 1950
Mileage: 21,500
VIN: 6548888
Color: Falcon Gray
Number of cylinders: 6
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 3 speed overdrive manual transmission rear wheel
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Studebaker Champion 1950

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Third generation[edit]Third generationOverviewManufacturerProductionBody and chassisClassBodystyleLayoutPowertrainEngineDimensionsWheelbaseLength
1949 Regal Deluxe 4-doorsedan
Full-size car
4-doorstation wagon
FR layout
169.9cuin (2.8L)I6
112in (2,845mm)[4]
1947: 192in (4,877mm)
1950: 197.3in (5,011mm)

In 1947, Studebaker completely redesigned the Champion and theCommander, making them the first new cars afterWorld War II.[4][5]The styling included newrear window,flat front fenders, as well as convenience features like back light illumination for gauges and automatic courtesy lights.[4]The Champion made up 65.08% of the total sales for the automaker in 1947.

The 169.9cuin (2.8L) I6 engine produced 80hp (60kW; 81PS) in 1947. In 1950, output was increased to 85hp (63kW; 86PS).[4]Also, new styling (newgrill, sheet metal, and rear end) was introduced, as well as anautomatic transmission.[4]

One of the new styling features on the cars was the wraparound,"greenhouse" rear windowthat was on 2-door cars from 1947–1951, at first just an option, in 1950 it was given its own trim line, the Starlightcoupe.[4]The"spinner" grillwas introduced in 1950, similar to that of aFord Deluxe,[6]but was dropped again for the 1952 model year.

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