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Burke
12-30-2004, 05:55 PM
I am trying to recreate a window price sheet for my 1960 Hawk. I have the blank window sheet and the build order for my car. The Historian at the Studebaker Muesem indicated that I might find what I am looking for (prices of equipment)in a previous issue of Turning Wheels. One issue that was dedicated to the 60 Hawk. Does anyone know what issue that might have been? The index of Turning Wheels that I found gives the issue number and month and year, and not the topics in the magazine. Thanks for anyones help.

Mike

DEEPNHOCK
12-30-2004, 08:17 PM
Somewhere in the archives, I have the window sheet from my 1961 Hawk.
Would a copy of that suffice? The only options that I recall were the 289, a/t, and T/T.
(I'd have to look for it, but it is a holiday weekend ;))
Jeff[8D]



quote:Originally posted by Burke

I am trying to recreate a window price sheet for my 1960 Hawk. I have the blank window sheet and the build order for my car. The Historian at the Studebaker Muesem indicated that I might find what I am looking for (prices of equipment)in a previous issue of Turning Wheels. One issue that was dedicated to the 60 Hawk. Does anyone know what issue that might have been? The index of Turning Wheels that I found gives the issue number and month and year, and not the topics in the magazine. Thanks for anyones help.

Mike


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StudHawk60
12-30-2004, 08:42 PM
The issue that you need is the Oct 94 issue. I'm paging thru it right now. There is a list of all the options and their cost. What options in particular do you need the prices for?

60studehawk
01-03-2005, 08:42 PM
I just bought a copy of that issue (oct 1994) of TW. It is very informative on the 1960 Hawk. Where did you get a blank copy of the window sticker?
Jeff

Burke
01-03-2005, 11:50 PM
To 60Studehawk: I just ordered the October 94 Turning Wheels as well.
I ordered the blank sticker from Studebaker International, Greenfield, Indiana. Page #15 in their catalog. Part #800964. It says 1960 Lark, Hawk, truck. Only one problem - they only have a sticker that says LARK. I called and asked if they had ones for the HAWK and they said no. Only LARK. With a little cutting and pasting I covered over the LARK (2 on top line)logo with "The HAWK by Studebaker" and a few other things I covered up in the blue field on the right side of the sticker. Dosen't look too bad.

StudHawk60
01-04-2005, 01:40 PM
It is my understanding that all the window stickers used in 1960 said "Lark", even the ones on the Hawk. Can anyone verify this?[?]

60studehawk
01-04-2005, 08:30 PM
Thanks 60 Hawk. I have an order for a production sheet from the Studebaker museum sitting on my desk. Just have to send it in. Here are some pics of my car http://community.webshots.com/album/233230108vJkgsn
and some pics of some studebaker luggage I picked up a few months ago.http://community.webshots.com/album/204692213CaMYIU
Jeff