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  • ChampCouple
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    Interesting, I didn't know that.
    I need to order a production order.

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  • 62champ
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    Thanks for the info - not sure if you noticed, but there were only five other 6E7s produced after yours - you might have the last one that is still around. Production order would show the date it was built. Thanks again.

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  • ChampCouple
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    6E7-16034 112wb 259 4bbl

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  • Commander Eddie
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    Patrick, I took a couple of photos of the back but that part of the cab is in shadow so I can't tell. If I get an opportunity to drive out that way again I will stop and take a look.
    I just pulled one of the photos of the rear of the truck into my photo editor software and lightened it up to remove the shadow. I zoomed in on that section of the cab and there appear to be NO indents above the glass.
    Last edited by Commander Eddie; 07-15-2019, 01:57 PM.

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  • 62champ
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    Thanks for the input Ed - it is early - the 19th V8 off the assembly line. If my hypothesis is true, it should have the three scallops in the panel above the rear window like the 5E Champs.

    It looks like you tried to post a photo, but all that shows is a broken photo box.

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  • Commander Eddie
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ID:	1729260Found on the side of the road in Lafayette, Oregon, this 1961 Champ 1/2 ton truck for sale.
    SN E7-13819. This is one of the earliest built of this model and year. Pretty cool.

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  • Kurt
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    Originally posted by Kurt View Post
    I own a red 6E7-112 T6 with a P2 bed. Serial number is E7-15991.
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    It took me nearly 5 years, but here is E7-15991

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  • 62champ
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    6E12 - 122 WB - T6 cab - advertised for sale on SDC forum, March 2019.

    Info from listing: I have a 1961 3/4 ton V-8 Champ for sale in Edwardsburg Michigan.

    The truck was bought new, by my Dad, from the Con-Allen dealership in Galien Michigan. The winter of 60'-61' dad worked for Studebaker in South Bend. The Truck is Apache Red. Stored inside most of it's life. Has 71,000 miles. The Champ has a box of original top end parts never used, Cam Shaft, lifters, Cams,Valves (both intake and exhaust), and some other new & used engine parts. Truck has been parked, and not started, since 2004. Last time it was on the road was to drive in the local Memorial Day Parade. The engine does turn over, needs brake work.

    The serious collector/buyer will own this Champ and all its parts this spring, $7500 OBO. Bring a trailer.

    Accessories - oil filter, push button radio, lighter, climitizer, windshield washers, accessory oil pressure and amp gauge

















    Last edited by 62champ; 03-26-2019, 03:27 PM.

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  • 62champ
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    6E10-39002 - 122 WB - no further information - Vin supplied by individual on Studebaker Drivers Club forum.

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  • 62champ
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    6E12-4887 - 122 WB - no further information - VIN supplied by individual on Studebaker Drivers Club forum.
    Last edited by 62champ; 12-04-2018, 05:05 PM.

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  • 62champ
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    6E7-14406 - no further information available - VIN supplied by individual on Studebaker Drivers Club forum.

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  • 62champ
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    6E5-129759 - 112 WB - T6 cab - for sale on Ebay, September 2018.

    Climitizer.

    Information from ad: This truck was created using the best parts from five trucks. It has the side mount spare and the sliding rear window. It has a professional, custom interior and new tires. It is not perfect but it does run, stop, and steer. All the glass is good but the body and paint are amateur. I bought a modern truck and this one has got to go. It has lots of new parts and comes with lots of spares including all parts for air conditioning if desired.













    Last edited by 62champ; 09-23-2018, 01:25 PM.

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  • Mrkelly
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    6E7-14214
    122” nb 289 V8 3spd w/OD

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  • StudeRich
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    The neat thing about Trucks is they all already have all the Heavy Duty Truck Parts even on a Six, so a Stude. 259 or 289 is a much easier swap than a Car. The Brakes, Differential etc. are exactly the same on a 6 and an 8.

    I think the Front springs are a bit softer on the 6, but I don't think you would notice with those rugged Leaf springs.

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  • 62champ
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    6E5-129855 - 112 WB - T6 cab - for sale on Craigslist, August 2018.

    Oil filter, climitizer factory rear bumper

    Ad information: 1961 Studebaker Champ 1/2 Ton P.U. Truck. Short bed, sliding rear window, factory back bumper. Owned since 1981. 6 cyl. overhead valve engine. Engine doesn't run? 20,000 miles on the rebuilt engine. 3 speed trans. on the tree. Nice straight truck. This truck would be great to restore. The 1961 step side shortbed is fairly rare. 4500.00 obo

















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