The latest project from the company Gullwing America bears the name Studebaker Veinte Victorias. The car is designed as a reminder of the old American car company Studebaker whose model Commander achieved 20 victories on the famous seven-day race Carrera Panamericana. Gullwing America headquarters is located in Miami (Florida, USA). In addition to tuning in GWA have dedicated to the production of small series of unique cars that are based on modern mechanical components of some renowned European automobile companies.
The latest in a series of interesting projects is the car named Studebaker Veinte Victorias that runs GM’s 6.2-liter V8 engine from which, with the assistance of a mechanical compressor, they “pulled” 628Hp. Modern interpretations of winning Studebaker Commander from 1954 under the retro design hides a reinforced tubular chassis and new Fabspeed exhaust system. The car also has a unique GWA 19-inch wheels with Bridgestone tires, and Brembo brakes.
Engine power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a manual six-speed transmission. Gullwing America will make only 20 copies of the Studebaker Veinte Victorias, and 19 of them will be painted in yellow and be offered at auctions, while twentieth copy will be in black and will be used as a “safety car” in subsequent editions of the race Carrera Panamericana.