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    1962 Champ - T-Cab - 7Es - forum registry

    So, if you have a 1962 Champ, half or three-quarter ton, pick-up (or know of one) - lets see them. Put up all the information you have and include some photos if they are available. Please leave out any personal information - someone can pm you if they want to "talk." Click on the serial number to go to that particular vehicle's post.

    7E5 - OHV Six 1/2 ton (E5-132601 - 135879)
    E5-132603 (9/1/14)
    E5-132919 (10/19/14)
    E5-133078 (3/3/15)
    E5-133089 (3/5/17)
    E5-133588 (10/19/14)
    E5-133689 (3/6/17))
    E5-133837 (3/17/17)
    E5-133966 (10/26/14) + photo
    E5-134024 (5/13/17)
    E5-134059 (2/9/16)
    E5-134130 (10/4/14)
    E5-134380 (8/13/14)
    E5-134491 (8/15/14)
    E5-134662 (8/4/14)
    E5-135076 (5/17/17)
    E5-135458 (12/18/16)
    E5-135603 (9/18/14)
    E5-135620 (7/15/17)
    E5-135849 (12/29/16)

    7E7 - V8 1/2 ton (E7-16201 - 18439)
    E7-16351 (6/19/17)
    E7-16369 (2/26/16)
    E7-16441 (8/5/14)
    E7-16496 (6/17/16)
    E7-16586 (10/9/17)
    E7-16685 (5/21/15)
    E7-16720 (4/9/17)
    E7-16734 (10/4/14)
    E7-16887 (8/28/16)
    E7-16983 (8/4/14)
    E7-17007 (10/10/14)
    E7-17043 (12/14/14)
    E7-17296 (10/10/14)
    E7-17445 (6/21/16)
    E7-17449 (8/27/14)
    E7-17464 (7/30/17)
    E7-17834 (8/9/14)
    E7-17969 (6/16/16)
    E7-17979 (6/16/16)
    E7-18143 (4/10/16)
    E7-18349 (9/18/14) + for sale listing (5/10/17)
    E7-18576 (7/15/16)
    E7-18744 (10/10/14)
    E7-18747 (12/29/16)
    E7-18774 (8/9/14)

    7E10 - OHV Six 3/4 ton (E10-39301 - 39818)
    E10-39458 (7/27/15)
    E10-39572 (10/20/17)
    E10-39761 (5/11/17)

    7E12 - V8 3/4 ton (E12-5201 - 5841)
    E12-5218 (10/5/14)
    E12-5518 (10/5/14)
    E12-5551 (4/10/16)
    E12-5625 (12/12/17)
    E12-5658 (8/4/14)
    E12-5743 (8/10/14)
    E12-5788 (2/19/15)

    Remember, this does not have to only be a truck you own - could be one you know of or one that is for sale you saw somewhere - just want to see how many we can come up with. Can include any trucks that are "field flowers" or ones that were parted out years ago - just curious as to what is out there.

    If you need me to host your photos - just email them to champs@zoho.com - and put VIN and name so I know who you are.

    1960 Champs - http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...forum-registry
    1961 Champs - http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...forum-registry
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    1964 Champs - http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...forum-registry
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    7E5-122
    E5-134662
    T-4 standard trim

    For sale on E-bay, August, 2014.

    Information from auction:

    "My dad bought this truck around 1989 with 18,000 miles on it from a Mr. Paul White. According to Paul, the original owner died about a year after he bought the truck new. The truck then sat in his wife's garage for about 10 years and then another 10 years in their son's garage. Mr. White bought the truck at that time and added an overdrive transmission that is operated by a toggle switch, and repainted the exterior.

    After my dads passing my mother sold the truck to a family friend Gerry. Shortly after that, the main bearings went out and Gerry put new bearings and rings in a low milage 1964 motor. At Gerry's recent passing, that motor had not installed. I have since installed the 1964 motor and it runs/drives well.

    The truck has minor rust in the lower front fenders and the bottom side of the tailgate. While it looks nice, it could use a repaint. The milage shown is correct for the truck, but not for the 1964 motor."

    Current location is Newberry, Florida











    Original seat covers and door panels



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    Nice T 4 and A/C in a SIX to boot. How about showing YOUR '62 T 6 to inspire others?
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    62Champ,
    Is there a particular reason for limiting this registry to just one model year? The Champ truck line was around from 1960 to 1964 and no that many of them produced. Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Eddie View Post
    62Champ,
    Is there a particular reason for limiting this registry to just one model year? The Champ truck line was around from 1960 to 1964 and no that many of them produced. Just curious.
    Because I am trying to make thread navigation easier by posting links to serial numbers on the first post, I am trying to keep the view a little more focused. There were 7325 T-cabs produced for the '62 model year - so I am optimistic that there will be a number of entries.

    Nothing to stop anyone else for starting another thread that would broaden the focus or select a specific year. If there are only a few replies with info in a couple months, I could always pop it out to include a broader scope. Would invite anyone who has a specific interest to start similar threads - could be fun to see what turns up.
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    I have two '62s. One is the famous Mr. Ed and the other is poor old Pick-it the parts truck.
    Picket is a 7E5
    Ed is a 7E7 originally had a nice 289 that spun its crank. Now has a 259.

    Here's a picture of Poor Old Pick-it:


    And here's a shot of Ed:


    There's another of Ed sporting Pick-it's hood on my sig. line.


    Home of the famous Mr. Ed!
    K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Studebaker!
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    Where the heck is Fawn Lodge, CA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by studeclunker View Post
    [FONT=comic sans ms][SIZE=3]I have two '62s.
    Thanks Ron - could I have the VINs so they can be linked above.

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    1962 Champ 7E-122T-6
    ser # E 125658
    eng # 3E 17323
    Parchment white
    5 speed overdrive, Twin Traction, AM push button radio, Aftermarket A/C
    final assy date 5-16-62, full flow engine (blocked off) w/ factory option 1 qt. partial flow filter.
    59 Lark wagon, now V-8, H.D. auto!
    60 Lark convertible V-8 auto
    61 Champ 1/2 ton 4 speed
    62 Champ 3/4 ton 5 speed o/drive
    62 Champ 3/4 ton auto
    62 Daytona convertible V-8 4 speed & 62 Cruiser, auto.
    63 G.T. Hawk R-2,4 speed
    63 Avanti (2) R-1 auto
    64 Zip Van
    66 Daytona Sport Sedan(327)V-8 4 speed
    66 Cruiser V-8 auto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren Webb View Post
    full flow engine (blocked off) w/ factory option 1 qt. partial flow filter.
    Interesting. Saw an 8E one ton that was ordered cab and chassis to have a camper built on it. Along with all the accessories, it had the partial flow filter as well as the full flow - came out of the Texas Panhandle, so maybe they were thinking about dust protection...

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    ?Well... being that they're over sixty miles away at present... not now. However I can try to post them when I next get back to Fawn Lodge.
    Home of the famous Mr. Ed!
    K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Studebaker!
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    This is Buck. I bought it a few weeks ago out of Jacksonville Fla.I'll try to get the #'s off of it tomorrow.

    Got the serial#. Badly worn but as near as I can tell it's:E5-132068.Appears to have no diget before the E. model:6T-112.Does that mean it's a 61 instead of 62?

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    What size tire is on the passenger front ?
    Quote Originally Posted by rockinhawk View Post
    This is Buck. I bought it a few weeks ago out of Jacksonville Fla.I'll try to get the #'s off of it tomorrow.For Jeff 031.jpg
    Joseph R. Zeiger

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    Quote Originally Posted by 63t-cab View Post
    What size tire is on the passenger front ?
    7.50/16. But I took those off and put them on a Military trailer.
    Neil Thornton

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    Patrick,
    Are you accumulating this information in to a spread sheet that will be available as a registry that can be linked to the SDC home page?

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    1962 Champ 7E7 - 112 T6
    Ser #16983 3 speed o/d Twin Traction
    push button AM radio
    Eng #V456200 60 Lark clock
    Engine out of a 59 or 60 Lark
    Gary Hearns old truck
    Installing a 63 full flow 259 engine soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockne10 View Post
    Patrick,
    Are you accumulating this information in to a spread sheet that will be available as a registry that can be linked to the SDC home page?
    This thread could serve as the source of information - would simply need to be linked from the home page. Am open if anyone has a simple plug-and-play form that can be used.

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    I have one. VIN E721529. STUDE 294, 700R4, A/C, CRUISE, cOMPLETED REMAN IN aPRIL THIS YEAR AND DROVE TO dOVER.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 62champ View Post
    Interesting. Saw an 8E one ton that was ordered cab and chassis to have a camper built on it. Along with all the accessories, it had the partial flow filter as well as the full flow - came out of the Texas Panhandle, so maybe they were thinking about dust protection...
    That is correct, the late '62 to '64's did not have an available right Head Pipe to clear the Oil Filter and the crossmember, so they came with the Partial Flow Filter (if ordered) and the block-off plate, just like the Dealer installed "Correctly" Full Flow Replacement Engines were in Pre late '62 Vehicles to keep them "Factory Correct" as Dealers were required to do.

    The Full Flow Filter job was most likely owner applied.
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    Hey Rich, Pontiac in the early 60's used the same filter as Studebaker. Around 65 they switched to a shorter filter but the filter base stayed the same. I wonder if you used the shorter filter if clearance issues wouldn't be a problem?
    59 Lark wagon, now V-8, H.D. auto!
    60 Lark convertible V-8 auto
    61 Champ 1/2 ton 4 speed
    62 Champ 3/4 ton 5 speed o/drive
    62 Champ 3/4 ton auto
    62 Daytona convertible V-8 4 speed & 62 Cruiser, auto.
    63 G.T. Hawk R-2,4 speed
    63 Avanti (2) R-1 auto
    64 Zip Van
    66 Daytona Sport Sedan(327)V-8 4 speed
    66 Cruiser V-8 auto

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    7E7-122-T6 with P1 box - E7-16441
    Paint: Reef Blue (6254)
    Factory installed accessories: 4.09 axle ratio, Overdrive transmission, and five 6.70X15 4 ply tires
    Final assembly date: September 28, 1961
    Dealer destination: Beach Motor Company, Temple, Texas
    Dealer installed accessories: Climatizer, push button radio and antenna, lighter

    Originally purchased by a newspaper company to haul newsprint between Temple and Waco, Texas. Purchased for a farm truck in 1965 (off Beach Motors used car lot) by Arvel Jungmann, a friend of my Uncle and father. Father and Uncle helped owner replace 259 V8 with a 1963 289 V8 in about 1973. Was used as a farm truck until 1988 when it was hit by another vehicle. Uncle purchased it in 1992 and was restored by the next year. Headliner and padded dash are still original. I inherited the truck in 2002. It was driven to a new home in Pennsylvania in 2007 and now resides in north-central Kentucky.

    Photo from 1994 when my Uncle was working on the truck. 1960 5E7 Champ had been restored the year before.



    Photo from 1995 when the truck was finally finished



    NOS interiors for these trucks are basically non-existent. I decided to try something a little different and got door panels and seat covers from a Studebaker vendor. These panels and covers are basically from a '62 Lark deluxe and I believe it looks pretty good.





    Where the work happens:



    Original style tires were mounted in late Spring 2011 - look and drive great.





    Always willing to work - new chest freezer - 2009



    load of mulch, Spring 2014



    Updated photos (Feb. 2017):

    New signal light bezels:



    New tailgate letters:



    Getting supplies:



    On the driveway:

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockinhawk View Post
    This is Buck. I bought it a few weeks ago out of Jacksonville Fla.I'll try to get the #'s off of it tomorrow.

    Got the serial#. Badly worn but as near as I can tell it's:E5-132068.Appears to have no diget before the E. Cowl tag:6T-122.Does that mean it's a 61 instead of 62?

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    I bought this truck after being told it was a 62. After looking at the #'s, I think it may be a 61. I need to go back and take a closer look at the #'s. Does anyone have the starting Serial # for 62?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockinhawk View Post
    I bought this truck after being told it was a 62. After looking at the #'s, I think it may be a 61. I need to go back and take a closer look at the #'s. Does anyone have the starting Serial # for 62?
    According to the TW article, the first '62 OHV six was E5-132601. First '61 E5 was E5-129601. Wonder if it was sold late enough that it was titled as a '62?

    And from the angle of the picture, it appears as though it does not have a roof - are my eyes getting that old?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 62champ View Post
    According to the TW article, the first '62 OHV six was E5-132601. First '61 E5 was E5-129601. Wonder if it was sold late enough that it was titled as a '62?

    And from the angle of the picture, it appears as though it does not have a roof - are my eyes getting that old?
    OK! I went back with a better set of eyes.
    Serial# E5-132068=Late 61
    Model 6E5-112 = short W/B 1/2 ton 6 cyl.
    cowl 6E-T4 =1961
    engine IE23247 = late 61 6cyl.
    So I guess this means I have a VERY RARE 61 Champ Sky top!

    Yes,62Champ, you are right. It has no roof. It was so rusty around the edges the roof blew away in the wind.

    However, Now that I know it's a 61,it fills a long time void.
    I now have in my collection,consectutive year models froom 1947-1966.
    The whole collection does not belong to me.Some are family members' and a 48 Land Cruiser that is being stored at my shop.
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    I have a 7E12 that's a restoration project waiting. I don't have the serial number at hand, will post that later. My plan is to rebuild the cab, needs floors, cab corners, rear front fender patches, build a 289 for it matched to a NV 4500 transmission, and paint it Bordeau Red so it will match my '64 Daytona hardtop. I've got all the pieces gathered.

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    7E7. The serial number is E717834. Bought in South Dakota on eBay. Now in Manitoba. Rebuilt 259 V8 is from a '61 Lark. 4.09 TT rear end has been changed to an open carrier 3.31 for less rpm on the highway. T-98 trans. GM drums and 15" wheels. Intake modified for Edelbrock 4 barrel, Silvertone dual exhaust. The colour is Omaha Orange. Still to do: interior, window channels, paint (some day).IMGP2505-1600.jpgIMG_20140715_161143-1600.jpgIMGP2571-1600.jpgIMGP2614-1600.jpgIMGP2613-1600.jpg
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    7E7-18774 -112 - with P2 box. No longer exists - parted out in the late 1990s.

    Existing title is from 1989 out of Illinois, but truck seemed to have lived most of its life in New Mexico. Purchased in 1997 to use as one of three trucks to become the 8E7-112 below. Most of the body on the restored truck below is from 18774. New truck was built by Rob Reese's and his father - now owned and maintained by Rob.

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    You may want to include a pic of your '62 with the firewall tag. Yes it took a little doing to use the cab from the '62 due to the '64 having a different clutch pedal set-up as well as the steering box. Firewalls needed to be grafted but worked out in the end so 18774 still 'exists" ! Keep up the great work on the '62 roster. You need to get back to PA. and help me finish the '64 GT in tow!
    Rob in PA.

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    7E12-122-T6 - P2 box - E12-5743

    Paint: Parchment White
    Accessories: four speed, radio, heavy duty generator (?), six bladed cooling fan, oil filter, climatizer, lighter, windshield washers and seat belts.

    Ordered new by a Studebaker dealer in Montana to have a camper placed inside for hunting trips. Installed the dual side mirrors and fabricated some type of spare tire holder for both exterior sides of the bed. Documented 16K miles.



















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    I own E5-134380
    7E5-112-T6-P2 BOX Apache Red O.D. AC 3081 (climatizer) AC 3039 (directional signals)
    Positive Crankcase Vent (shipped to Calif.) Dual Door Locks
    Currently blue/silver repaint and 289 Full Flow with Auto Trans
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    7E5-112 T6 - P2 box E5-134491

    Overdrive, spotlight. http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/...html?refer=rss









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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenmike2 View Post
    I have one. VIN E721529. STUDE 294, 700R4, A/C, CRUISE, cOMPLETED REMAN IN aPRIL THIS YEAR AND DROVE TO dOVER.
    Double checking your VIN, it looks like you have a '64 E7 instead of a '62. First E7 '64 VIN was E7-21251

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    7E7-17449 - 112 WB - T6 cab

    Truck on Ebay as of 8/27/2014.

    V8, short narrow bed - modified.







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    From another post on the forum:

    Here's another with SpaceSide Box, WB of 112.

    7E5-132603

    6 cyl, Overhead Valve Engine with 3 spd on Column

    Options include Trim Package with Chrome Grill and Sliding rear window, rear bumper and Climatizer.

    Truck was originally sold in Staunton VA owned by an individual who own and operated an Auto Repair Shop. Bought by nephew at family auction and sold to me in 2000. Currently again lives in Virginia.

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    7E5-135603 - 112 WB - T4 cab - P2 box

    Now has Studebaker V8, redone exterior and interior.







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    A year ago i bought my 1962 7e7 # 18349.

    it was originally an orange California highway truck and today it is back in Indiana. It has the 259 v8 with automatic trans. both original

    it was ordered with lots of extras which i think makes it unique. it even has the camper step rear bumper.

    the restoration is a slow one because i am a poor collage kid but i am making progress. one day it will be back to original everything.






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    7E5-134130 - at time of posting information, truck had a 245 I6 out of a '60 Champ in it - 4 speed.

    Original information posted on Studebaker Truck Talk, May 2004

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...+ton+engine+ID
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    I have E7-16734, Model #7E7-112, Apache Red, 3sp w/od. I think it is a 259.
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    7E12-5218 - 122 WB

    Listed as being in an auction on Studebaker Truck Talk page in April of 2006

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...al+number+help
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    7E12-5518 - 122 WB - 259 V8 - 2 brl carburetor - four speed transmission.

    Discussed on Studebaker Truck Talk page in Oct of 2006

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885.../T-cab+numbers
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    7E7-17296 - four speed

    Discussed on Studebaker Truck Talk page in July, 2008.

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...de-coding+help
    Last edited by 62champ; 12-17-2016 at 10:11 AM.

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