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Studeman
02-28-2009, 03:51 PM
I have been going through my 1961 Hawk display-folder.. over the years, I collected as many 1961-specific dealer items, aftermarket parts manuals, magazine articles, road tests, etc...
It was for the trunk-display when we were showing Linda's '61 Hawk. As I have posted before- I have been scanning and uploading photos of many of the various pieces...

Today, I scanned a piece that I believe every 1961 Owner should have.
I posted a sample on the website. I think I'll go ahead and have my brother re-produce this piece if there's enough interest.

I spent another couple hours this morning cleaning up the scans, and I now have a 67meg PDF file. I have test-printed it here on plain white paper- and it is awesome. I will take the booklet to the paper-supply and see if I can get the heavier green paper (11"x17") it was originally printed on.

I think we can get into the $12-$15 range for the piece. I know I would certainly pay that for one... It's that important a piece. I haven't seen more than 2-3 like it at any of the meets I've been to (26 years).

Have a look.. and if it's something you might like a copy of.. click the info-link on the webpage.

http://www.raylinrestoration.com/Stuff/61specifications.htm
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Ray

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r1lark
02-28-2009, 05:12 PM
quote:Originally posted by Studeman

I have been going through my 1961 Hawk display-folder.. over the years, I collected as many 1961-specific dealer items, aftermarket parts manuals, magazine articles, road tests, etc...
It was for the trunk-display when we were showing Linda's '61 Hawk. As I have posted before- I have been scanning and uploading photos of many of the various pieces...

Today, I scanned a piece that I believe every 1961 Owner should have.
I posted a sample on the website. I think I'll go ahead and have my brother re-produce this piece if there's enough interest.

I spent another couple hours this morning cleaning up the scans, and I now have a 67meg PDF file. I have test-printed it here on plain white paper- and it is awesome. I will take the booklet to the paper-supply and see if I can get the heavier green paper (11"x17") it was originally printed on.

I think we can get into the $12-$15 range for the piece. I know I would certainly pay that for one... It's that important a piece. I haven't seen more than 2-3 like it at any of the meets I've been to (26 years).

Have a look.. and if it's something you might like a copy of.. click the info-link on the webpage.

Ray


Ray,

You have one of the '62 Specification booklets also, don't you?

Paul
Winston-Salem, NC
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61Lark
02-28-2009, 06:27 PM
That's pretty neat. If you reproduce these I will buy one.

Nick

4961Studebaker
03-01-2009, 11:10 AM
count me in for one.

ChopStu
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Clem64
03-01-2009, 03:50 PM
I too am interested in getting a copy. Please let us know if and when you do reproduce them and they become available. Thanks

Dean Croft
Roseburg,OR

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52hawk
03-01-2009, 08:26 PM
Put me on the list!

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ChampTrucking
03-01-2009, 08:28 PM
I WANT ONE TOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

fargoguy
03-01-2009, 08:47 PM
I'd take one as well.

Evan Davis
Prairie Bulletin
Saskatchewan Chapter
Prince Albert, Sk
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