1953 Studebaker Commander HardTop “Starliner" Beige/Coral Red, Beautiful unrestored #2 car, HPOF certified, 232 ci

OHV V8, 120 HP, 33,405 miles, 3 Speed OD,

Power Steering, Hill Hold. Asking $32,500,

All reasonable offers considered,

Photos on request.  Contact: Jim Tillery 703-973-8927 or TilleryJD@gmail.com 

One of our long-time members of the Potomac Chapter of the Studebaker Drivers Club is selling his remarkable 1947 blue Studebaker convertible. I drove the Regal Deluxe on Thursday and it not only looks great inside and out but is quiet and has a number of options that make it most unique. For example, it is a three speed on the column but the driver is not required to use the clutch when going from second to third gear. The Regal also has overdrive. It was very quiet and is a head turner. I've attached two photos I took of the Regal at one of our Chapter picnics. The car is listed for $24,900 on hemmings.com at 1947 Studebaker Regal Deluxe Gaithersburg, Maryland

50 Series Touring Sedan. Recent repaint; very attractive, two tone (french-English/Luddington Green.) Tune up, redone interior. Most chrome replated. Has rust in both forward outside foot wells, but it is not structural. Everything works. I've had this one to Bethesda C and C many times; I can bring it there to view. NADA says 21.5K for perfect, 14.5 for good, so this one is a bargain. Charlie (301) 346-6548 call /text.

The roadster was built from a 1951 Packard 200 using many of the original body parts "rearranged"  The chassis and all mechanical items are all Packard items mostly from the '51-'54 era.  1951 288 engine 1954 Ultramatic transmission, 1953 rear axle, shortened 1951 frame, all Packard brakes. 1948 Packard instruments etc etc..  It has a swing-away steering wheel for ease of boarding.  Rear quarter panels are from the original sedan, side panels are the old roof, cowl is a portion of the hood, and the radiator assembly is all hand fabricated.  Engine, trans, and all mechanical components were completely rebuilt.  This was all done about 7 years ago and the car sees regular use and is perfectly tractable--not fussy at all. For additional information please email Ross at speedwellgarage57@gmail.com