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  • 1955 Conestoga Wagon FOR SALE COMING TO INTERNATIONAL MEET

    KEITH WAHL’S 1955 CONESTOGA WAGON
    CAMP OR CRUISE IN OLD SCHOOL STYLE WITH UPDATED COMFORT
    KEITH WAHL 858 5182190 KWAHL@SAN.RR.COM
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/148532...57664992649827

    ****I AM DRIVING THE CAR TO THE INTERNATIONAL MEET.. IT WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT THE CAR CORRAL- I AM BRINGING IT TO SELL**** REASON- I HAVE A TWIN CAR!!!


    This rust free car has been completely refinished

    1. NEW PAINT FINISHED IN FACTORY PIMA RED AND WIMBELDON WHITE
    2. NEW SUMMIT 24 CIRCUIT REWIRE
    3. NEW BATTERY
    4. NEW DUAL MASTER BRAKE CYLINDER
    5. NEW WINDSHIUELD, NEW VENT GLASS
    6. NEW FRONT END
    7. NEW EDDLEBROK CARBURETOR
    8. NEW CARPET WITH DYNAMAT AND HEAT SHIELD
    9. NEW RUBBER
    10. CUSTOM FINSIH TO CARGO FLOOR
    11. 350 Chevy Performance Engine
    350 Turbo Hydro
    9" Ford rear end
    12. Custom Exhaust
    13. Stainless sill plates
    14. Vintage Air.
    15. Rear Air Shocks
    16. CUSTOM CONSOLE WITH
    a. 110 Volt Inverter accessory Plug and USB outlets
    b. Modern Radio WITH Blue Tooth
    c. Antenna
    17. Studebaker Mats
    18. Set of 5 1952 Chrome Hubcaps NEW
    19. New and converted Fuel Gauge, Temperature Gauge
    20. New Sending Unit
    21. New Fuel Tank Pick Up Tube
    22. New Edlebrock Carburetor
    23. Re-routed exhausts
    24. New Dual Master Brake Cylinder (Turner)
    25. Reinforced Aluminum Radiator
    26. Extended Accelerator Pedal
    27. Functional Fender Spear Turn Signals
    28. 3rd Brake Light
    29. 4 way EMERGENCY FLASHERS
    30. Tailgate operated Rear Courtesy Light
    31. Functional Accessory Outlet in Wheel Well
    32. New Wiper Motor and wiper motor Switch
    33. New Rear Shackle Bushings
    34. Firewall Mounted Cutoff Switch
    35. Brand New Windshield
    36. New Emergency Brake Cable
    37. New Speedometer Cable
    Attached Files
    If you want to ride with the Big Dog
    ....keep your pedal to the metal, your nose in the air and paws on the wheel

    sigpic

    Remember> it's, not about the destination, its about the journey!
    Life's a journey, enjoy the ride
    Keith Wahl , MD 858-518-2190 (C)

  • #2
    I love it, Keith - too bad I don't have the funds.
    The only difference between death and taxes is that death does not grow worse every time Congress convenes. - Will Rogers

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Chris Pile View Post
      I love it, Keith - too bad I don't have the funds.
      Yes Chris, its a great car. I am driving it from San Diego
      Hope I find a buyer
      If you want to ride with the Big Dog
      ....keep your pedal to the metal, your nose in the air and paws on the wheel

      sigpic

      Remember> it's, not about the destination, its about the journey!
      Life's a journey, enjoy the ride
      Keith Wahl , MD 858-518-2190 (C)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Chris Pile View Post
        I love it, Keith - too bad I don't have the funds.
        I don't see how you know this. I don't see an asking price listed. If it is priced fairly, I imagine that it will sell at the SDC International. I don't see any mention of brakes or suspension to go with the new found power. I also like the wagon, but can't imagine buying it and paying for the cross-country shipping (unless the price is so low that shipping would not kill the deal).
        Gary L.
        Wappinger, NY

        SDC member since 1968
        Studebaker enthusiast much longer

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        • #5
          Originally posted by studegary View Post
          I don't see how you know this. I don't see an asking price listed. If it is priced fairly, I imagine that it will sell at the SDC International. I don't see any mention of brakes or suspension to go with the new found power. I also like the wagon, but can't imagine buying it and paying for the cross-country shipping (unless the price is so low that shipping would not kill the deal).
          He may have seen one of the many many many many many posts about it on Facebook.

          I believe the price is over $30K.

          Brakes and shocks are both mentioned in the OP.
          Sorta.

          BTW- you wouldn't need to ship it--- just drive it.
          Or have someone drive it out for you.
          I know a guy who would be happy to do so.
          For a fee...
          StudeDave '57
          US Navy (retired)

          3rd Generation Stude owner/driver
          SDC Member since 1985

          past President
          Whatcom County Chapter SDC
          San Diego Chapter SDC

          past Vice President
          San Diego Chapter SDC
          North Florida Chapter SDC

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          • #6
            I don't see how you know this.
            Gary - I see that you get your exercise jumping to the wrong conclusion.
            The only difference between death and taxes is that death does not grow worse every time Congress convenes. - Will Rogers

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            • #7
              Conchita the 1955 conestoga wagon still available

              Well Folks - LOTS OF LOVE, NO ENGAGEMENT RING

              CONCHITA DID NOT SELL AND SHE IS STILL AVAILABLE

              THE PRICE IS $33.5 K $$ AND THAT IS FIRM.

              1 BLOCK FROM MY HOUSE ON THE WAY HOME FROM TACOMA (3100 ROAD WORTHY MILES RUNNING GREAT) A GUY PULLS NEXT TO ME - SAYS HE LOVES THE CAR AND HANDS ME HIS CARD ON THE FREEWAY - NAME -
              "CHUCK STUDEBAKER" - YES HES IS A REAL FAMILY MEMBER - HE LIVES HERE IN SAN DIEGO 10 MILES FROM ME
              WOULD THAT BE A STROKE OF LUCK??

              THIS IS A TERRIFIC CAR- I WAS DRVING 10 -12 HOURS AT A STRETCH WITH NO FATIGUE
              ON ETHANOL FREE FUEL I GOT OIVER 18 MPG

              IM LOOKING FOR THE NEXT OWNER////I KNOW YOU ARE OUT THERE?????
              If you want to ride with the Big Dog
              ....keep your pedal to the metal, your nose in the air and paws on the wheel

              sigpic

              Remember> it's, not about the destination, its about the journey!
              Life's a journey, enjoy the ride
              Keith Wahl , MD 858-518-2190 (C)

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