Seattle Studebaker Champ Isn't Grungy At All

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After sending us some great action shots from Daytona, VintageRacer headed home to the Pacific Northwest, where he spotted this extremely rare Studebaker Champ pickup. He had to wait for a non-rainy day to shoot it (no small feat in Seattle), but it was worth the wait. Make the jump for more photos and VintageRacer's description.

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So... the weather cooperated yesterday and got some shots for you. Couldn't get in to see the engine, but I believe it's a straight 6. It stays parked on the street in a Seattle neighborhood, gets driven every few days. It appears to be the original color - it's a little faded. Very little rust as well. The smoothside bed is interesting - I believe it's the original instead of a stepside.


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Rob Emslie

Huh, I notice that the gauges (fuel and temp) have the needles arcing in the opposite way from that of the opening- meaning the needles arc from top and bottom and the indicator band arcs from the center. Interesting.

I'll be that license plate would bring a cool million in the UAE.