1954 Studebaker Conestoga Station Wagon
From the The Automobile Magazine 'Oily Rag' Reserve Collection
Named after Studebaker’s iconic covered wagon that carried the first white settlers across the vast tracts of America and Canada in the late 18th Century, the Conestoga Station Wagon was produced for two years only from 1954 to 1955.
Based on the fourth generation Studebaker Champion (the junior model to the Commander elsewhere in this sale – Lot 57), the Conestoga had a 2.8-litre L-head straight-six engine that developed a modest 85bhp.
According to the V5C, this Conestoga was first registered in the UK in May 1964 and had just two owners before joining the Oily Rag Collection in March 2017. Documentation includes a V5C and a parts catalogue. It’s a major project, but worth saving for its rarity and load-lugging ability.
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