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    1964 Champs - T-Cabs - 8Es - forum registry

    If you have a 1964 Champ, half or three-quarter ton (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.

    8E5 - OHV Six 1/2 ton (E5-138701 - E5-139709)
    E5-138733 (11/1/14) + photos
    E5-138888 (12/30/16)
    E5-138898 (10/5/14)
    E5-138912 (8/31/16)
    E5-138930 (2/21/15)
    E5-139208 (10/4/14)
    E5-139338 (10/12/14)
    E5-139339 (11/9/14)
    E5-139408 (4/26/17)
    E5-139461 (8/2/15)
    E5-139563 (10/4/14) + photos

    8E7 - V8 1/2 ton (E7-21251 - E7-22345)
    E7-21405 (9/17/15)
    E7-21420 (2/22/17)
    E7-21433 (10/5/14)
    E7-21452 (10/25/14)
    E7-21496 (2/20/17)
    E7-21577 (8/9/17)
    E7-21655 (10/5/14)
    E7-21694 (7/10/16)
    E7-21813 (10/24/16)
    E7-21824 (10/6/14)
    E7-21853 (10/11/14)
    E7-21880 (3/11/17)
    E7-21889 (5/13/17)
    E7-22149 (10/11/14)
    E7-22224 (10/12/14)
    E7-22236 (9/15/14)
    E7-22249 5/20/17)
    E7-22255 (6/17/16)

    8E10 - OHV Six 3/4 ton (E10-40201 - E10-40404)

    8E12 - V8 3/4 ton (E12-6701 - E12-6905)
    E12-6713 (12/6/16)
    E12-6729 (10/26/14)
    E12-6903 (10/5/14)

    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.

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    8E5-139208 - 112 wb - T-6 cab

    Posted on Studebaker Truck Talk in Oct. 2003

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...+what+do+I+do-
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    How do I add my truck to the list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSykes View Post
    How do I add my truck to the list?

    RES
    RES,

    Just add another post to the thread with whatever you want to share about your truck. When it is posted, I can add the VIN number to the first thread. Looking forward to it.

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    I think in order to track 8E T Cabs that are actually 1964's, you would have to post the Starting 1964 Serial Number so 8E owners could tell if they own a '63 or a '64.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StudeRich View Post
    I think in order to track 8E T Cabs that are actually 1964's, you would have to post the Starting 1964 Serial Number so 8E owners could tell if they own a '63 or a '64.
    Done - and thanks for the recommendation.

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    8E12-6903 - 122 WB - T6 cab - 289 V8 - 5 speed.

    Discussed on Studebaker Truck Talk - Sept. 2006

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...hamp+questions
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    8E5 - OHV Six, 3 Spd AT, 4.09 Diff., 1122" wheelbase, SN# E-5 138898

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    E-7 21433 1/2 ton, 259 4sp TT long bed. Very rusty but running.
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    8E7-21655 - one of the R2 trucks built by Studebaker/Paxton

    Discussed on Studebaker Truck Talk - Jan. 2007.

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...02921/E7+21655
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    8E7-21824 - 122 WB - T6 cab - 5sp - TT

    Discussed on Studebaker Truck Talk - Aug. 2007

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...e+of+the+last-

    For sale on Craigslist - December 2016

    I have a 64 Studebaker Champ, (Built/Ordered 10/07/1963) (serial#E7-21824...Engine# 7E-K316)(8E7-122-T6 BOX)........(Final assembly date of 10/23/1963). (Original paint #6456 GOLDENSAND)....(Trim Code 1316A)...(Deluxe)...(Axle ratio 4.55/TT)....RARE (5 Speed Overdrive Transmission and still has shifting sticker on the dash) (Heater #3081)...(HD springs at Rear end 2-stage)......(Hill Holder)......Special Options are: (STD 289 V8)....(AC3272 Radio) and (Dual door locks)....(Directional signals front and rear)......and Dealer installed rear (HD wrap around Bumper)....It is one of the very last Champs ever built....October of 1963. Cab is to rusty to restore but it is complete....The Bed and Tailgate are very nice with no rust at all...the Frame is also Rust Free (surface only)........The Paint is Original. The inside of the bed looks as though nothing was ever put in it except groceries....I trailered the truck back here to Sandpoint, Idaho from Humbolt California with the intention of restoring it ....I changed the oils, fuel and a new fuel pump. Put a battery in it and it started right up and ran perfect and still does...I have driven it locally about 200 miles. The engine is VERY STRONG and the Trans shifts as it should and the clutch is fine. It has dual exhaust and I have a 4BBL manifold and carb (Carter from Hawk) for it (not installed)...This truck is mechanically sound, about 108,000 miles. Everything works including the Radio..As Champs go....This is the ultimate Champ...This truck could be restored but could be driven as-is....I have an additional parts truck with excellent Hood, Fenders, Doors and cab and the rest of the parts needed to complete the truck and I have taken the Cab off so that goes with the truck. This truck was converted to Propane/dual fuel in about 1974 according to the propane tank that was in the bed. I have removed the propane tank but it can go with the truck.....The propane/gas carb. was removed by the previuos owner...so I don't have it.....This truck is rare ...The last one I saw with these options sold on Ebay a few years ago for over $29,000.00 Restored......I have the factory build sheet, Clear Ca. Title and other paperwork that came with the truck..





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    8E7-21853 - 112 WB - 3 spd/OD - clock

    Discussed on Studebaker Truck Talk - Dec. 2009

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...89514/64+champ
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    E7-22149, 122 WB, 3 spd/OD with 4.27 differential, T-6 cab, 259 V8, daily driver. Originally owned by a strawberry farmer in Oregon. All original except for one repaint several years ago and the mirrors.
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    Sal and I flipped two or three 8E's. all 5 speed OD from the same owner, but I don't have the VIN's.
    JDP Maryland

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDP View Post
    Sal and I flipped two or three 8E's. all 5 speed OD from the same owner, but I don't have the VIN's.
    Any chance that Sal kept records that would include those numbers?

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    8E5-139338 - 112 WB - T-6 cab

    Discussed on Studebaker Truck Talk, Oct. 2011

    http://www.network54.com/Forum/23885...plate+on+Champ
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    8E7-22224 - 112 WB - T6 cab - 5sp/OD - 289 V8.

    Production order:


    My cousin saw this truck at Hot August Nights in Reno, Nevada in 1994 and had to have it. Truck had not only been meticulously restored, the guy who restored it even cut the bed down to fit the cab - not an easy job because the front panel and tailgate have to have the ends cut down, not out of the center. Instead of black, all the frame and suspension was painted a dove grey, and there was no place (even under the dash and in the stake holes) where you could tell it had once been blue...



    Truck came to Texas on a redwood lumber truck and was driven to meets all over the Central Texas area. In 1996, I drove the truck up to South Bend for the May swap meet and car show. It goes without saying that there were a lot of vehicles on the Interstates that drove by it pretty slowly, and a number of Yellow trucking company drivers that blew their horns.

    Drove it to Indiana and the International meet in Madison a few years after that. All together, it performed flawlessly and gave about 19 mpg. The 5 sp/OD was something to work also - loved the OD but 1st was pretty useless. My Uncle used to say, even with a 1000 lbs in the bed, in first gear, and tied to an immovable object, the rear tires would just dig a hole till it was resting on the pumpkin.









    In about 2007, my cousin sold the truck to a fellow in Amarillo who was really keen on having all the 5 sp/OD Champs he could find - think he ended up with five or more at one point.

    Picture of the truck when Steve Blake had it:





    The truck has been sold since then - just hope it has found a good home.

    Well it has reappeared. Posted the second week of January, 2017, on Ebay being sold by a classic car dealer out of New Braunfels, Texas. A couple of changes - it used to have a cover over the bed made from the same vinyl as the seat - but still looks pretty much the same.









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    8E12-6729 - 122 WB - T6 cab

    Climatizer





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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanwood View Post
    Pics of 8E5 139563, Post #7.
    Got it - added a photo link to your VIN above.

    Is it an original lettered grill truck? Always thought they could have done that from the beginning - or putting it between two of the cross pieces...

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    I have a 1964 Champ Serial Number E5 138733 5 speed OD It has a 289 V8 and is presently being fitted with A/C The engine has been converted to R1 specs.
    The tag on the firewall indicated 8E T6.
    I think that the cab has been placed on a very solid V8 chassis

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    8E5-139339 - 112 WB - T-6 cab







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    WOW!.....the Champ in post #24 is really beautiful!

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    Photos for truck in post #20:



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    I have a '64 Champ 8E 5 138254. It was originally a 6 cyl., stick , no OD T4. It currently has a 259 , T 85 OD set up. The truck is now a T6 with full tint in all windows including the slider. All chrome and stainless are correct for a T6 except the front bumper was chromed. It is Apache Red with an NOS interior. The bed is a short fleetside ( P 2). It has a factory rear step bumper. Also added was a factory Carter AFB (3540s) and Don Simmons 2" dual exhausts which exit at the rear wheels. The truck will also be getting a PS set up from Stude parts in the near future. I'm sure 62champ has a pic or two to post.
    *** The truck has a '63 SN though from what I gather looking at T Cab production numbers.
    Rob in PA.

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    Here is a few pics of the truck in post #24. Going to post the serial on the '63 page...









    And it still goes to work on occasion...

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    In 1969 or 1970 I bought a '64 8E7 Champ, serial number E720025, from the original owner. He was the owner of a foreign car salvage yard in Berkeley, California, but he was a Studebaker guy at heart and the Champ was his yard truck. I knew he was a Studebaker guy because I had bought a wrecked '64 Avanti from him earlier and it was the only American car in the yard. I don't know how he came up with the fabric, but all his office chairs were upholstered in the unobtanium '53 Commander cloth. I never got a production order, but as I remember, he told me that the Champ came with a five-speed transmission, but he had so much trouble with clutch linkage that he removed the five-speed and installed a Powershift automatic. My memory is fuzzy, but at some point he installed a '63 Lark front panel. The truck was the deluxe model with a sliding back glass. It had the correct Champ pushbutton radio, a correct rear step bumper, West Coast mirrors and a 3.73 Twin Traction rear.

    There was no way to know how many miles it had on it as the speedometer had been broken for some time. The tinny Dodge long bed was really beat up, wavy floor, numerous dents from the inside, no tailgate and the 259 V-8 was VERY tired. It ran, but barely. I ordered a new tailgate from Standard Surplus, price $12.50, shipping $17.50, new chains and some other things. I yanked the 259 (probably gave it to Bob Peterson) and installed the '64 Avanti R-1 engine. I had run in to the Avanti's previous owner at Ben Begier Studebaker in San Leandro where he was getting his replacement Avanti updated. He told me that the Avanti engine was a new short block with only 1500 miles on it when the car was wrecked so I went directly to the yard and bought the wrecked remains. Not bad for a $200 investment.

    About the same time I bought a '61 Cruiser with a seized engine from a wrecking yard in Hayward. I pulled the aftermarket air conditioner and the power brake booster from it and installed it in the Champ. The Champ was originally the light green color offered then and it needed painting. Since the Cruiser had a red and black interior, I decided to paint the Champ red and I used the Cruiser door panels and other inside trim and mounted the Cruiser bumper in place of the ugly factory steel bumper. I also installed the padded sun visors from the Cruiser and the door light switches to make the manual cab interior light work when the doors opened. I also had found a mint red and black seat in a '64 Champ in a Hayward wrecking yard and that helped influence my color choice. The wife and I worked on the bed dents, used a lot of body filler and I borrowed Bob Peterson's compressor and sprayed the truck red in my driveway- amateur, but looked OK and didn't peel off or anything.

    I saw a nice camper shell, made for a long bed Dodge, at a lot in Hayward, but when I went back to buy it, they had sold it. The dealer told me that he could arrange for me to go to the factory and have them build a camper shell right on the truck so I took him up on the deal and really came out well. The factory was in nearby Gilroy and, with having it built on the truck, I was able to have them install a sliding front window to match the truck slider.

    I was being transferred to Massachusetts so I prepped the truck- put in a 3/4-inch plywood floor in the bed and carpeted it. Then I built a little shelf with a power outlet (cigarette lighter socket) so we could use my nine-inch Panasonic TV in the back. When we leaving the Bay Area I had hooked up the 18-foot, 3800 pound Shasta travel trailer, loaded two kids, the cat and two Avanti rear quarters in the bed and started out. Since I had 30 days leave, we went north to Seattle where we visited my wife's cousin, then went east by way of Yellowstone and Kansas where we dropped off the kids with grandparents and went on a cheap college alumni trip to Spain. On our return we hooked up the trailer again and went on to Massachusetts.

    From Massachusetts we came to Virginia then West Virginia with the faithful Champ still working hard. During the time in Virgina I installed a '59-'60 Lark clock and I enlarged the instrument cluster holes and installed a '64 instrument cluster and a 160mph certified '64 speedometer that I had picked in a Standard Surplus visit. Also in the Virginia days, premium gas was getting expensive so I worked a deal to give the R-1 engine to JDP where his end of the deal was to do the labor of pulling the R-1 and installing a '64 Cruiser 289. Incidentally, the R-1 lives on in the possession of Jim Turner. Unfortunately in 1983 the end came for the Champ. I had sent my son to town to pick up a screen door and on the way back, when he started in to a turn and turned the steering wheel, nothing turned and he drifted into the path of another truck thanks to failure of the poor steering system in 8Es. While speed was fairly low and injuries were minor the truck was totaled. I bought it back from the insurance company and parted it out. The camper shell was not on the truck when the accident occurred, but I set it back on the truck down below the barn. I was going to sell it to as it was perfect for the long wide beds, but in the winter we had a very heavy, wet snowfall and an avalanche off the barn roof crushed the camper shell (along with two Firebirds my son had parked there). Many of the parts live on- the Cruiser 289 went in to a '63 Cruiser that is still driven. The thumbnail pictures below are unfortunately scans of Kodak instant camera prints and the quality isn't great
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    '64 Daytona Wagonaire, '64 Avanti R-1, Museum R-4 engine, '72 Gravely Model 430 with Onan engine

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    Thanks Paul - according to TW article, that truck would fall in the '63 model run. Will post the VIN over there. Great story.

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    From Rob Reese in Easton, PA:

    1964 Champ 8E5-138940.

    The cowl tag is 8E-T 6. The truck was a six, stick, no OD. It supplied the firewall repair for my Dad's project. The backend of the truck was made into a trailer. All tags and title are in my possession. All got recycled except for rotted cab and outer fenders. I know we used at least one steering box from the above to fix my Dad's T Cab. Not much was "lost".
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    8E5-139461 - 112 WB - T6 cab - Ebay, early August 2015

    climitizer, radio - straight three speed.







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    8E7-21405 - 122 WB - T6 cab

    V8 - appears to be four speed, with climitizer and T6 trim. Serial number shows to be a '64 1/2 ton, but wheels indicate 3/4 ton. Possibly a cab/frame marriage - who knows.







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    Quote Originally Posted by JDP View Post
    Sal and I flipped two or three 8E's. all 5 speed OD from the same owner, but I don't have the VIN's.
    How common were 5 speed ODs on Champs?

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    Just a guess on my part, but I would venture to say there were more automatic transmission Champs than there were NP 5spOD equipped ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 62champ View Post
    Just a guess on my part, but I would venture to say there were more automatic transmission Champs than there were NP 5spOD equipped ones.
    In other words; "Extremely Rare", since Automatics are Very Rare!

    I am sure many Buyers and even some Dealers, were unaware that they could be ordered.
    I do not believe the competition had them not in Pickups anyway, they are so heavy duty that quite Large Trucks used them.
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    Did you buy this. I looked at it several mouths ago after owner died. On Craigslist in NC now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 62champ View Post
    E7-21405

    V8 - appears to be four speed, with climitizer and T6 trim. Serial number shows to be a '64 1/2 ton, but wheels indicate 3/4 ton. Possibly a cab/frame marriage - who knows.







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    Oh no - have enough fun trying to keep up with the ones I already have.

    Did you notice whether it was a four speed or 5/OD?

    Interesting it has E12 running gear but E7 serial number.

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    It had a 4 speed. I have a 64 just like it with a 289 4 speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 62champ View Post
    Oh no - have enough fun trying to keep up with the ones I already have.

    Did you notice whether it was a four speed or 5/OD?

    Interesting it has E12 running gear but E7 serial number.
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    8E7-22255 - 112 WB - T6 cab

    Body looks to be the only Studebaker thing left. For sale on Craigslist - Jacksonville, FL







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    8E7-21694 - 112 WB - T4 cab - for sale on Ebay, July 2016 - incorrecly listed as a 1963.

    climitizer, cigarette lighter, 5 sp/OD transmission.







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    8E5-138912 - 122 WB - T6 cab - for sale on Ebay, August 2016.







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    8E7-21813 - 122 WB - T6 cab - for sale on Hemmings, October, 2016

    OD, radio, aftermarket AC, climitzer, rear bumper







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