1922 Studebaker EK Big Six 7 Passenger Touring Car from Harrah's Collection

1922 Studebaker EK EK

Technical specifications of Studebaker EK 1922

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Prairie Village, Kansas, United States
Make: Studebaker
Model: EK
SubModel: EK
Type: touring car
Trim: none
Year: 1922
Mileage: 49,123
VIN: 2009183
Color: black
Transmission: 3 speed manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1922 Studebaker EK Big Six Touring carThe ownership history is documented since the car was first sold. It was originally purchased by James A. Smith of China, aine. He sold it to Mr. Harrah in 1966. The car was sold by Harrah's Auto Collection in 9/12/1981 to Townsend Motors LLC. I bought the car on 3/21/2006 following the owners death.The car is in excellent mechanical condition and starts and drives well. It has no rust through, nly surface rust on the underside. Last yearit hadnew paint and new nickel plating on exterior parts. It also has new upholstery and new battleship grey linoleum on the running boards. The valves were ground about 6 years ago and the generator was replaced with a newly rebuilt one. It has the original vacuum tank fuel pump that works well along with all other mechanical parts of the car. I retains some original components on the interior including jump seat upholstery, pholstery on the rear facing back of the front sear, ashboard, nterior floor linoleum and carpeting, op, nd tires (although these have inner tubes and flaps that were replaced a few yeas ago). It has an electric windshield wiper (not working). The car comes with three extra transmissions that I purchased when I had to replace the original transmission case because it had been broken.These were powerful and extremely durable cars. Studebaker advertised that one would have to spend twice as much to buy another car as powerful (60 hp @ 2000 RPM). Top speed was rated at 60 mph. In 1921, tudebaker found a 1919 EG (same chassis and drive train) that had gone 475K miles delivering newspapers for the LA Times without an engine rebuild, hey bought the car, rove it to Chicago, nd used it in advertising. The car is now in the Studebaker National Museum in South Bend, ndiana.If interested, lease call me at 913-302-0518 and I will answer your questions.

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