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  • PeterHawk
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    From the outside look through the window at the inside door panel. The inside chevrons should match (i.e. Red, white, blue) the outside chevrons and for 1964 the base should be chrome.

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  • gwood
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    Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
    The reupholstered Tan Interior will look fairly good in a Golden Sand Color Car, but not so much in the Red Hawk.
    I don't even think it was available.
    How the color combination looks is a matter of opinion; I really like it and it is a bit different. It was available and built that way according to the production order. The car was sold from a central CA Studebaker dealer to a buyer in Las Vegas, where is spent all its life. The white vinyl top and tan interior probably were sensible options in those sunny locations and it does have factory installed air. Attached is a current picture of the exterior
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  • gwood
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    Thanks for the offer but my main question concerned the inside door panels on a 64

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  • Buzzard
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    If you are still interested I can uncover and photo my untouched '63 GT which has never been painted or otherwise molested.
    Bill

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  • StudeRich
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    The reupholstered Tan Interior will look fairly good in a Golden Sand Color Car, but not so much in the Red Hawk.
    I don't even think it was available.

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  • gwood
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    More evidence comes from the Hackenberger auction this weekend

    The interior door panels on the 64 GT that sold has the red to the front on both sides. There are some problems however with that interior as the seat inserts appear to have been replaced, the back quarter interior panels seem to have red windlace, and the rear seat speaker grille is not correct. Actually I think the vinyl color on the seats is also off. Attached first is a picture of the car that sold, then two of a similar interior I am installing in an R1 Super Hawk I am restoring.
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  • gwood
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    I wanted to add that I did find the Fred Fox article. For the interior he states that the red/white/blue emblems were added to the 64 door panels. He does not state the orientation as he did for the outside emblems. He does show a B/W picture above the statement of an interior driver's door panel. The darker color which would be the blue is to the left. Of course it is very possible that on some/many cars the driver's door emblem could have been the same pattern as all other emblems r/w/b. I remember the family dealership getting in a new 63 Lark where the front side letters on one side spelled LAKR (I still want to do that on one of my Larks, and claim it as stock).

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  • HAWK64
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    Originally posted by studegary View Post
    Your picture does not support your statement.
    Well spotted Gary but that image was taken 10 years ago when I was probably drunk & had the tri color on reversed. The Hawk is still in great shape & the photo I used is one of my favorites.

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  • studegary
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    Originally posted by HAWK64 View Post
    I just looked at mine & they are uniformally red, white & blue from front to rear on both inner & outer with my '64 Hawk.[ATTACH=CONFIG]64730[/ATTACH]
    Your picture does not support your statement.

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  • gwood
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    Thanks for the thoughts and comments. I appreciate HAWK64 looking at his car...but that is an Australia car and was it assembled there? Also maybe it is Australian "speak" when you say of "front to rear" but instead mean "left to right" as shown in the picture. Thanks to 56GH for the reference to the Fred Fox article in TW, I spent a few hours looking for that issue but it is gone from my organized TW issues (likely in a pile somewhere). And it may not mention the interior emblems as was my main question.

    Someone sent me pictures of used 64 interior panels they have they say seem to have been untouched. Those show the red to the front on both internal panels. To confuse things the 64 brochure shows blue to the front on both interior sides, but then again that is likely just artwork before the real cars were produced.

    Then I have some pictures stored on my computer of the Myers restoring a 64 R1 Super-Hawk and they went with red to the front on both interior panels. That does make sense since the interior is symmetrical, and as the driver approaches the car they see red-white-blue on both exterior and interior emblems.

    So I am going with red to the front on both interior panels. I think I will like that better and I don't ever plan or care to have the car judged.

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  • StudeRich
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    As I recall on '64's it was the INSIDE ones on the Right that were backwards, Blue, White, Red.

    Which could actually make some sense, since you actually can see them both at once from in the Car and they are both matching, BLUE going Forward.

    Obviously the THEME for most of these was AMERICAN; Red, White, Blue, just like the Decklid Emblem on '63 & '64 and Grille Emblems on '63's.

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  • 56GH
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    You can't tell from reading the article.


    Originally posted by studegary View Post
    Is that quote referring to 1963 or 1964 Hawks?

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    The right door exterior emblem was incorrectly installed on that car.

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  • studegary
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    Originally posted by 56GH View Post
    In the October 1992 issue of Turning Wheels, Fred K. Fox said on page 13 in his article, "Studebaker Hawks: a primer", "The red, white and blue door emblems now sat in chrome bases and they were red-white-blue (as you faced them) on both sides."

    I'm assuming he meant from left to right.

    Don't know if this helps or not!

    Bill L.
    Is that quote referring to 1963 or 1964 Hawks?

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    Originally posted by ddub View Post
    There was quite a discussion about this on JDP's highly restored Hawk. Maybe some sleuth can find that thread.
    The right door exterior emblem was incorrectly installed on that car.

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  • ddub
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    There was quite a discussion about this on JDP's highly restored Hawk. Maybe some sleuth can find that thread.

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  • 56GH
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    In the October 1992 issue of Turning Wheels, Fred K. Fox said on page 13 in his article, "Studebaker Hawks: a primer", "The red, white and blue door emblems now sat in chrome bases and they were red-white-blue (as you faced them) on both sides."

    I'm assuming he meant from left to right.

    Don't know if this helps or not!

    Bill L.

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