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rustman

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Everett, Massachusetts
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Fort Worth, Texas
United States

 

1948 STUDEEBAKER 1/2 TON PICKUP

“KQQL STUDE”

1992 Chevrolet C/K 1500 Series Silverado

“"Green"”

 
Photo of: 1948 STUDEEBAKER 1/2 TON

No longer owned

Photo of: 1992 Chevrolet C/K 1500 Series
 

Head to Head

 

About “KQQL STUDE”

1948 Studebaker 2R5 - 1/2 Ton Pickup
Custom Street Rod / Hot Rod


Fatman Mustang front end with SS control arms - aligned
383 Stroker, 400 HP, built and balanced
New Edelbrok 600 & manifold
Saginaw 4-speed w/ top loader conversion
9" Ford rear: 3.0 gears
Frame boxed to firewall
New wide white tires (Only 200 miles on them)
Halogen headlights
LED tail lights
New glass, rubber, and door rubber (passenger side cracked)
Wipers 2-speed
Heater, original Stude, new core
Bed shortened 16"
Back fenders widened 4"
Custom sheet metal leaded in front and rear
Chrysler Concord power seat with console
Custom made dash with new TPI gauges
DP-90 paint - polished
Be Cool radiator (never overheats)
New Jeep C-J5 gas tank
Homebuilt SSS tube grill
Horn does not work (possible ground problem)
Optima red top battery
Hood is here but is not painted w/ chrome hinges
Only 650 miles since rebuilt

About “"Green"”

I bought this truck from my friend/co-worker. He had put over 20 grand into it (have all reciepts) and did a lot of the work himself. The truck was stolen and stripped before it was recovered. I purchased it for my step son for his coming graduation this year.What you see in the pics is where it's at now.

 

Specs for “KQQL STUDE”

1948 Studebaker 2R5 - 1/2 Ton Pickup
Custom Street Rod / Hot Rod


Fatman Mustang front end with SS control arms - aligned
383 Stroker, 400 HP, built and balanced
New Edelbrok 600 & manifold
Saginaw 4-speed w/ top loader conversion
9" Ford rear: 3.0 gears
Frame boxed to firewall
New wide white tires (Only 200 miles on them)
Halogen headlights
LED tail lights
New glass, rubber, and door rubber (passenger side cracked)
Wipers 2-speed
Heater, original Stude, new core
Bed shortened 16"
Back fenders widened 4"
Custom sheet metal leaded in front and rear
Chrysler Concord power seat with console
Custom made dash with new TPI gauges
DP-90 paint - polished
Be Cool radiator (never overheats)
New Jeep C-J5 gas tank
Homebuilt SSS tube grill
Horn does not work (possible ground problem)
Optima red top battery
Hood is here but is not painted w/ chrome hinges
Only 650 miles since rebuilt

Specs for “"Green"”

More of a cruiser but definetly no slouch.

 

Factory Options for “KQQL STUDE”

1948 Studebaker 2R5 - 1/2 Ton Pickup
Custom Street Rod / Hot Rod


Fatman Mustang front end with SS control arms - aligned
383 Stroker, 400 HP, built and balanced
New Edelbrok 600 & manifold
Saginaw 4-speed w/ top loader conversion
9" Ford rear: 3.0 gears
Frame boxed to firewall
New wide white tires (Only 200 miles on them)
Halogen headlights
LED tail lights
New glass, rubber, and door rubber (passenger side cracked)
Wipers 2-speed
Heater, original Stude, new core
Bed shortened 16"
Back fenders widened 4"
Custom sheet metal leaded in front and rear
Chrysler Concord power seat with console
Custom made dash with new TPI gauges
DP-90 paint - polished
Be Cool radiator (never overheats)
New Jeep C-J5 gas tank
Homebuilt SSS tube grill
Horn does not work (possible ground problem)
Optima red top battery
Hood is here but is not painted w/ chrome hinges
Only 650 miles since rebuilt

Factory Options for “"Green"”

Not alot going on here. Has all the bells,whistles, and technlogical advances (lol) that were offered in a '92 Silverado. I will say this, almost every component, button, window seal, hose, (etc...) has been replaced on this 18 yr old truck.

 

Mods for “KQQL STUDE”

1948 Studebaker 2R5 - 1/2 Ton Pickup
Custom Street Rod / Hot Rod


Fatman Mustang front end with SS control arms - aligned
383 Stroker, 400 HP, built and balanced
New Edelbrok 600 & manifold
Saginaw 4-speed w/ top loader conversion
9" Ford rear: 3.0 gears
Frame boxed to firewall
New wide white tires (Only 200 miles on them)
Halogen headlights
LED tail lights
New glass, rubber, and door rubber (passenger side cracked)
Wipers 2-speed
Heater, original Stude, new core
Bed shortened 16"
Back fenders widened 4"
Custom sheet metal leaded in front and rear
Chrysler Concord power seat with console
Custom made dash with new TPI gauges
DP-90 paint - polished
Be Cool radiator (never overheats)
New Jeep C-J5 gas tank
Homebuilt SSS tube grill
Horn does not work (possible ground problem)
Optima red top battery
Hood is here but is not painted w/ chrome hinges
Only 650 miles since rebuilt

Mods for “"Green"”

Way too much to list so here's the short list,

New paint factory teal with a lot of blue pearl.

New v8 5.7 350 with all new accessories.

Complete upgraded MSD ignition system

Jet chip, Trans-Go shift kit, shorty headers Flow' dual 40's (no cats).

Tahoe bucket seats wrapped in leather and suede with custom console.

Air ride suspension 10 switches f,b,s,s , lays frame .

20" Centerline Smoothies on 255/35/20 General tires

Custom tubs , Rhino bed coating, custom tube work.

 

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