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  1. 1962 GT Hawk - July 12 Update

    Update Tuesday 7/12/2016:
    Tomorrow morning will be 'paint the frame' day. Well, at least the back half of the frame.........the front half doesn't need it.

    Also got part 2 of the prepping the frame for paint video processed, plus a review of tools and chemicals used since several folks requested this. And, it's a short video : https://youtu.be/8MmWq0Efi8Y
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  2. 1962 GT Hawk - July 11 Progress Update

    Update Monday 7/11/2016:

    Been pretty warm (hot & humid) here, so I've been getting out by 7am to work on the car. The frame cleaning and rust converter application is done as of today; only the back half of the frame needed this, the front was still factory paint. Also this afternoon, I painted a bunch of small brackets (gas tank supports, muffler hangers, rear axle rubber bumper holders, etc) and fasteners. On Wednesday, I'll topcoat the back half of the frame, then can start on ...

    Updated 07-12-2016 at 08:42 PM by r1lark

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  3. What's it worth: 1932 Studebaker Saint Regis Brougham body

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  4. 1939 Champion for sale

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    I have inherited my grandfather's 1939 Studebaker Champion. It has been in a barn for the past 35+ years and is rough. I am not able to restore it so I want to sell it to someone who will restore it. Anyone got an idea of what it might be worth or if ti is worth anything more than parts?



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  5. '62 GT Hawk - July 4, 2016 Progress Report

    Happy 4th of July to all the readers in the USA!

    Fair amount done since last post. Decided to slow down on the engine and concentrate on getting the bottom side of the car finished up, so reassembly can continue. Got started with this a week ago; had to drain the lube out of the rear axle (when I filled it up, I had not planned to put the car on the rotisserie), plus ensure the lube won't run out the top of the steering box into the column when the car is upside down. Also had a bunch ...

    Updated 07-04-2016 at 03:34 PM by r1lark

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