Today’s CCF pick is this Studebaker Commander coupe built on a Chassisworks chassis with a 434 SBC under the hood. CLICK HERE FOR FULL AD!
Details from seller:
This is a 1955 Studebaker Commander 2dr coupe. It’s a full 2×3“ 12 point tube chassis car built on a Chassisworks chassis kit. It has a 434“ SBC stoker roller cam engine that runs on pump gas so you don’t have to spend big $$ for race gas when street driving. Transmission is a GM PowerGlide with TCI 1:96 planetary and transbrake valve body. Converter is a 9“ TCI and the car hasn’t been raced since it was freshened up. Rear is Dana 60 with a 5:13 Richmond gear and Moser axles and spool. Weld Pro Star wheels all around and comes with a extra par of 15×15 Pro Stars to mount slicks on.