For sale in our Nashville showroom is this classic 1939 Studebaker Commander. With only 6,805 miles on the digital odometer since the frame off restoration and engine rebuild, with a few tasteful updates, this is a street rod with plenty of room, power, and comfort to take on a road trip. Touring cars are once again gaining popularity, and this car would step up to that task with ease. While the dash is restored to original condition, a Dakota Digital gauge cluster was discreetly placed between the sun visors for accurate engine monitoring while making those long hauls. When piloting this car youâ??ll sit in power leather front seats by Lear of Canada, with the balance of the Studebaker interior is done in matching fabrics. Powering this 1939 Studebaker Commander is a 1960â??s Studebaker 289 V8. This fine tourer is equipped with the passengers and driver in mind, sporting air conditioning, GM power steering, power brakes, turbo 350 automatic transmission, cd player/stereo, fire extinguisher and radial tires. Other options include digital gauges for accurate engine readings, cruise control for those long trips, power leather seat, front seats belts, spare tire, undercoated hood, windshield wipers, functioning turn signals, interior lights. For more information please call the Nashville, Tennessee showroom at 615-213-1800 or e-mail us at [email protected]://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/815/1939-Studebaker-Commander
Nestled just south of the music city, Gateway Classic Cars is proud to call Nashville, TN home to our 10th location. Full of custom cars, beautiful trucks, and vintage classics, Nashville is a treasure trove of collector pieces! Housed in LaVergne, TN, Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville is centrally located between Murfreesboro and Nashville, minutes off of I-24. Less than 13 miles to the Nashville International Airport, GCC-NSH welcomes warmly both local and worldwide buyers alike. With beautiful scenery, awesome nightlife, and gorgeous muscle cars, Nashville is truly the place to be. Close enough to hear the Titan's tackles, the Predators' slap shots, and the Grand Ole Opry's concerts, Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville has truly been considered the gem of the south.