This 1925 era roadster appears to be a Studebaker Special Six roadster ready for restoration. There are no badges or tags on the car but from research it does look much like a 1925-26 Studebaker roadster. The car has previously and incorrectly been identified as a Graham and a Packard. The car has fairly solid western sheet metal. There are dents, tears and bents in the body, hood and fenders sheet metal. Both headlights are damaged. There is no running boards, deck lid or top assembly. The right quarter is separated from the deck body. The left door is off and inside the car. The cowl top is dented. The windshield frame is not complete. The seat springs are there. The steering wheel is broken. There are no dash gauges. The floor boards are missing. The six cylinder L-head inline six cylinder motor, transmission and power train is all there. The wood spoke wheels are all there and the hubcaps are missing. Here is your opportunity to restore a six cylinder 25 Studebaker roadster. Please call (406) 318-0270 for details about this restorable classic project car. For sale $2,500.
I do not sell parts.
Please do not call for parts.