Another for the register, this one was spotted fot sale no classiccars.com, and advertised through artandspeed.com. The seller noted the following comments about the car at the time it was advertised; verything remains in great condition. Runs and drives smooth, with all of the gauges working as they should. The convertible top goes up and down with ease. The windows operate smoothly as expected. Turn the key and you will hear a nice rumble from the Power Thrust 259 V8. Driving with the automatic transmission makes this one a breeze to take for a cruise.
Its usually a while between discoveries - this the first 64 Daytona convertible that's come up in about 6 months or so, spotted on craigslist in Santa Rosa. The seller at the time noted it's fitted with the 259cu. 8 cylinder engine runs super strong loves cruising at 60mph. Floors solid, everything works except the convertible hydraulic pump needs rebuilding. A family car from NJ shipped to California in 2012 with 3,000 miles now reads 5,200. Since then complete new brakes (original soft shoes) transmission serviced new gaskets.
This is the first Daytona we've spotted on NZ, this one found on trademe.co.nz asking $18,500 in November 2019. Looks solid, however, has a modified engine bay paint job. I think we'd prefer the original Horizon Green metallic paint..The seller at the time noted: The car is basically how it come from the States, faded paint, no hood liner, put a set of 15x6 Cragars on it and drove it.
Original and well preserved Daytona Sedan. This one found on https://mcecars.com/ after it had already sold. Jet Green seems to be a rare colour on the Daytona - this is only the second one weve got on the register. Unsure of mileage or where it ended up. But it looks relatively unaltered, with what appear to be refurbished (or at least clean) mechanicals.
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Unfortunately the chassis number details were not provided when we spotted this 65 Sports Sedan on Craigslist.org in October 2019. The body looks to be in average condition, but supposedly the car runs. Needs a bit of work - asking $4,000 at the time. It's lost its original vinyl roof, but still looks good in a single tone faded red (Bordeaux Red if we're not mistaken). Looks a bit too dark to be Sienna Red. A great project for someone.
At the time this Studebaker Daytona was advertised, the seller made the following comments:
It's been a while since we spotted another for the register, possibly the first of 2019 (and it's now October!). This one popped up on Craigslist USA asking $11,300, which I think is a bargain. At the time of offering the seller noted the following comments: