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marque

STUDEBAKER

modèle

model 2R5

finitions

Pick-Up 1/2 Ton

année

1 9 5 0

quantité/prix

147 800 pickups de 1949 à 1953
/ $1262

carrosserie

pickup 2 portes 3 places

moteur/boite

6cyl de 170cid - 85cv

DU SITE D'ENCHERES <<EBAY-USA>>
  • hôte : e-bay, le fameux site d'enchères aux USA qui comprend toujours entre 1 et 2 millions d'objets à enchérir. C'est celui aussi qui a acheté notre iBazar national avec ses 4 à 600 mille objets aux enchères et qui est devenu ebay.fr
  • voitures américaines : il y en a toujours beaucoup avec de superbes photos sur le site américain. Le site français propose en général entre 2 et 4 pages d'objets et de voitures avec une certaine modestie pour les photos. Ceci va sans doute changer
  • photos : elles sont du propriétaire-vendeur

 
PRODUCTION 1950 Utilitaires
  • en 1950 Studebaker Produit le model R2 en quantité inconnue (mélangée sur 5 ans)
  • 2R5 - 1/2 TON
    moteur 6 cylindres de 169,6cid développant 85cv à 4000tMn avec une compression de 7.0:1 et un carburateur monocorps
    • PICKUP à $1262
      1949/1953 = 110 500 unités
  • 2R6 - 1/2 TON
    moteur 6 cylindres de 245,6cid développant 102cv à 3200tMn avec une compression de 7.0:1 et un carburateur monocorps
    • PICKUP à $1312
      1949/1953 = 12 500 unités
  • 2R10 - 3/4 TON
    • R10 PICKUP à $1367
      moteur 6 cylindres de 169,6cid développant 85cv à 4000tMn avec une compression de 7.0:1 et un carburateur monocorps
      1949/1953 = 37 300 unités
    • R11 PICKUP à $1417
      moteur 6 cylindres de 245,6cid développant 102cv à 3200tMn avec une compression de 7.0:1 et un carburateur monocorps
      1949/1953 = 10 350 unités

CE QU'EN DIT LE VENDEUR
  • 1950 Studebaker Pickup - Restored - AZ Truck
  • Vehicle Description : 1950 Studebaker Pickup  - Restored - AZ Truck
    This is a very sharp, older restoration on a 1950 Studebaker 1/2 Ton Pickup truck, Model 2R5.  It is a Rock Solid, Arizona truck its' entire life and was restored approximately 12 - 15 years ago.  It was subsequently driven and enjoyed only occasionally.  The odometer shows 55,772 miles and the title shows these as actual miles, although the speedometer is not presently working. 
  • This new line of Studebaker trucks was introduced in 1949 and carried through to 1953.  The new styling was way ahead of its' competition and its' time!  It was low and featured no exterior running boards and a smooth double wall pickup box.  Other new and innovative features included interior door panels made of steel instead of cardboard and dash instruments that were accessible from under the hood instead of from under the instrument panel. 
  • It is finished in a rich, Deep Burgundy with Red wheels and original style, Tan interior.  It appears to have had quite a bit of restoration done to it, in that the truck was definitely dismantled when it was painted and the engine and chassis components were painted and detailed individually, at some point on time.  As you can see by my photos, it still looks very sharp!  The body, fenders and truck bed are straight and rust free.  The paint has had some nicks and chips touched up and is still very respectable. 
  • The glass is in good condition and the hubcaps and beauty rings look new, as do the wide whitewall tires.  The interior was redone in the original style with a plain, leatherette seat cover and cardboard headliner and kick panels.  Carpeting was also added.  The gas gauge does not appear to work, nor does the horn.  The wipers do work as well as the driving lights and even the map light!  The few pieces of weatherstripping on it are showing their age and the right vent window handle is broken. 
  • It has the 75 HP 6 Cylinder engine with 3 Spd transmission and the engine sounds and runs great!  All in all, it seems to be in very good mechanical condition.  The clutch, transmission, rear end and brakes all seem OK and the exhaust is new.  It does have some small oil leaks, mainly from the rear main seal.  It probably needs to be driven, in that it has been sitting the past 5-6 years.  At 75hp and geared the way these trucks were, it's no speed demon, but it does run and drive good. 
  • This would make a great hobby truck or paint your company name on the side and use it as a write off and to promote your business!  Everyone has a Ford or Chevy, but when was the last time you saw a cute little truck like this? 

PHOTOS DU STUDEBAKER 2R5 PICK-UP 1/2 TON 1950

    

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