1964 Studebaker Daytona Convertible Original documentation consisting of the owner protector service booklet indicating the Studebaker was sold new to Beverly Grenz and Nina Dietch back on July 25, 1964. As well as an accessory booklet original owners manual a somewhat original Picture of the Studebaker and some more artifacts. With a total production of only 647 Studebaker Daytona convertibles produced in 1964 to say this car is rare would be an understatement. This is a dry Arizona car, that's absolutely beautiful, both inside and out. Would you find one nicer anywhere highly doubt it. Powered by the 259 CI V8 engine paired with an automatic transmission along with power steering, power brakes, radio and heater as well. The power convertible top is very nice and functioning as it should. New styled wheels and tires, new exhaust and muffler, this is a turnkey car ready to be shown or just driven and enjoyed.
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