Another very rare Studebaker Daytona 2 door sports sedan, one of only 1626 built! This car was for sale on Craigslist in December 2014. Please contact us if you have any further information about the car's history, or where it ended up. This car has the 283 2V and came with powerglide. It has been changed to a 3 speed turbo 350. Power Steering, Manual brakes, and factory air conditioning. Please have a look at our other Studabaker Sports Sedans on Classic Register.
This rare Daytona Convertible was added to the register in 2014. We've since found the same car advertised in Fabruary 2017 on Ebay USA, and updated its details and images. just 1 of approximately 703 total manufactured, we're not surprised to have run into the same car again. There are very few survivors around, and at the time this car was advertised there was also another 1964 model online which we've also added to the register.
Another rare Daytona Super Sports Coupe I have found on the internet. One of only 1626 prooduced, and has been fully restored according to the seller (in what appears to be the original paint colour of Avanti Turquoise Metallic (Code: 7002-BC)).
Similar to the 1964 Studebaker Daytona Sedan we have listed on classicregister.com, this is the coupe version. I am undure if the white paint is an original colour, nor whether the interior is original, so anyone with further information on this car, please contact us. Unlike the 1965 cars, the 64 Daytona was the last to have the Studebaker V8 engine.
The last time the cars was for sale, the seller confirmed the car was rust free and runs very well. Although not confirmed, It appears to have been fully restored at some point.
Like the other white over red1965 Studebaker Super Sport coupe on Classic Register, this is a very rare late model Studebaker, and one of the most desirable in the late series cars. This car has been fully restored, in what appears to be the factory Laguna Metallic Blue paint. The car was last for sale in Cumming, Georgia USA. One of only 1626 Super Sports built, this late model Studebaker has the Cheverolet 283ci V8 engine.
This is an early series 1964 model Studebaker Daytona Sedan, Built in October 1963, but sold as a 1964 model. This model followed the design changes from the previous generation Studebaker Lark Daytona, having a far more square / modern design. The Studebaker Daytona 4 door sedan was sold alongside a 2 door sedan (coupe), convertible and Wagonaire. This car would be one of very few remaining today, condidering the slow down in studebaker production at the time, as well as the fact that the Daytona was essentially a limited edition / top of the line model.
This is a very late model Studebaker Daytona Sport Sedan, one of only 1626 built, and therefore likely one of very few still remaining today. This car was purchased on 13/07/2012, and now resides in the Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia.