Topic: Studebaker 232 V8

Want to upgrade to V8 but not incur BS laps?   Looking for the perfect power plant to Domin8?

Pulled the 232 V8 engine and auto trans from a running and driving 1953 Studebaker Commander.  Transmission is extra slushy so might not want to deal with it but the engine is old school and super cool.

Engine starts and runs easily.   Sounds - LIKE A V8!  I have video of it running if you are usually a skeptic. 

For the Lemons crowd, how about $200 picked up in the Houston area?

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Too Ate Won Sevin Fyve Tree Ate Too Tree Sevin or email scottabutler@att.net

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Re: Studebaker 232 V8

For those with junkyard turbo setups, they can handle a lot of boost...just sayin'.

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Re: Studebaker 232 V8

THAT is absolutely correct!   Studebakers have 7:1 compression ratio and some engines DID come with factory supercharging.

I also have another engine for sale:   Running Studebaker 289 from a 1962 Hawk with 4 speed manual  T-10 Setup.   I need $850 for that one.

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Re: Studebaker 232 V8

Is there anything you would want to trade for the 232?

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