A solid example of the Daytona, thought I'd add this one to the register, spotted on classiccars.com, and offered for sale by Silverstone Motorcars - see their original listing here: https://www.silverstonemotorcars.com/vehicles/553/1964-studebaker-daytona - looks to have a very reasonable price on it too.
There a quite a few of the Daytonas on classicregister now, considering how rare these cars are. When this one was advertised, the sellers noted the following: What we have here is a 3 owner, rare and really special 1964 Studebaker Daytona 2 Door Hardtop with 58,100 original miles on the odometer. The car is finished in a Cream paint and has a complementary Blue and Silver - Cloth and Vinyl - interior. Overall the car is a great driver quality vehicle, is in great shape, makes no excuses and is ready to be driven home.
This 1964 Studebaker Daytona 2 Door Hardtop originally came from Washington State and is powered by her 259 V8 from 1959, which is coupled to her 3 Speed Automatic transmission. She has Power Brakes and a factory AM radio. She has a very solid body with no bondo and a couple of dents - one on the drivers side rocker and one on each of the front and back of passenger rear wheel opening. One tiny bubble on the lower front of the passenger door that we believe is a paint chip covered with touch up paint. The windshield has a circular chip the size of a dime Original interior and overall, this is a real nice #3 driver.
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