1968 Excalibur SSK Roadster Series I 1968 Excalibur SSK Roadster Series I 4 Speed Manual 327ci V8

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This very special Excalibur Roadster #3041 is uniquely original possessing many of the original factory attributes still intact! These include the red covers on the front and rear springs, inline engine oil filtration system, California emissions equipment with smog pump, Rochester carburetor, factory unused top & side curtains, aforementioned original paint and interior, dash face, original gauges, and 3″ lap belts by Irving Air Chute Mfg! Locating an early Series I Excalibur on the open market is a rare occasion, considering only 365 were produced between 1965 thru 1969.

An outstanding sports car that is one of only 37 example produced that year and one that is packed with performance thanks to it’s lightweight design and Chevrolet V8 power! History Of The 1968 Excalibur SSK Roadster Series I: The original Excalibur Series I was the brainchild of Studebaker’s Brooks Stevens, who took inspiration from the famous 1929 Mercedes-Benz SSK and decided to make a more modern interpretation.

This included a full coolant swap, brake system fluid flush, new front brake hoses, turning the factory rear drums for the first time, dropping the gas tank to completely clean and flush the inside, replacing the fuel sending unit float sock, rebuilding the Quadrajet carburetor, replacing the correct AC fuel filter, new air filter, going through the valves and adjusting each one individually, new valve cover gaskets, fresh engine oil and filter, along with. fine tuning the ignition system with new spark plugs, plug wires, and fresh drive belts. It continues to amaze our experts how these lightweight, road rockets have escaped the attention of most sports car collectors.

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