1931 Studebaker Commander 70

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  • Make: Studebaker
  • SubModel: Commander 70
  • Type: sedan
  • Year: 1931
  • Mileage: 41,000
  • VIN: 8030748
  • Color: Blue/ black
  • Engine size: 8cyl
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: gasoline
  • Transmission: 3 speed with free wheeling
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: grey mohair
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Dracut, Massachusetts, United States


Beautiful 1931 Studebaker Commander model 70. This automobile has had an older restoration and has held out well. Has mohair interior which was done when it was restored. Not a scratch in the finish anywhere. All chromium plating is in beautiful condition. Engine runs fine without any smoking and no lifter noise. Transmission shifts good without and grinding and it has syncrolls 2nd and 3rd gears. Free wheeling works sometimes. Brakes are mechanical and were restored also. This car has 41,000 original miles and is stated on the title. Odometer and speedometer just stopped working on the last time I took it for a drive. It was making a noise so I disconnected the cable. John Wolf of Ohio does this type of restoration and you could send it to him and he can restore it to operate again. Wooden spoke wheels have been restored also. Tires are Bedford 700-19 and and still have plenty of tread left. All gauges work except the fuel gauge. It is a King Sealy and the casting are on back order and there is no time frame when they will be available. Lighting works perfectly and directional's have been installed. Horn works also. Clear title in hand which will be FedEx when your funds have cleared. Car is in heated storage.

On Jan-08-17 at 09:32:28 PST, seller added the following information:

I have included the trophies that this car has one. It took 1st. class Prewar 1913-1946 at the Ocean Bay Chapter of the Studebaker Drivers Club in Holyoke Mass. In June 16, 1989. With many winning ribbons also

On Jan-08-17 at 12:25:05 PST, seller added the following information:

I have a new set of levers so the advances and retard can be replaced. They are bronzed castings and were made by Stephen Munts of Custom Auto Parts of Spokane Washington.