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  • #16
    Nice talking to you on the phone and happy to see you found you're way in here. It's unlikely we'll find that exact car, it may well not be around any longer.


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    63 R2 4 speed GT Hawk
    63 Avanti R1/AC
    63 Lark 2 dr.
    62 Lark 2 door
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    • #17
      Nice talking to you on the phone and happy to see you found you're way in here. It's unlikely we'll find that exact car, it may well not be around any longer.


      Studebaker On The Net
      http://stude.com
      Studebaker News Group
      http://groups.google.com/group/alt.autos.studebaker
      Arnold Md.
      64 Daytona HT
      63 R2 4 speed GT Hawk
      63 Avanti R1/AC
      63 Lark 2 dr.
      62 Lark 2 door
      60 Lark convert
      60 Hawk
      59 3E Truck
      56 truck
      55 Starlight
      53 Starlight
      52 Starlight
      52 Starliner
      51 Commander
      JDP Maryland

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      • #18
        Hello Again John!
        Yeah you may be right about it being unlikely....at this point I am not even sure if my mother will even have any of the documents. But through the process of trying to find out one way or the other maybe it will help me to heal. It's crazy of all the things I should have asked my father would have been about our Silverhawk. I guess I was afraid to remind him about it! LOL! It is a beautiful car, though I have always loved the older cars...guess I got that from my father.
        Sara
        Kingsland, GA

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        • #19
          Hello Again John!
          Yeah you may be right about it being unlikely....at this point I am not even sure if my mother will even have any of the documents. But through the process of trying to find out one way or the other maybe it will help me to heal. It's crazy of all the things I should have asked my father would have been about our Silverhawk. I guess I was afraid to remind him about it! LOL! It is a beautiful car, though I have always loved the older cars...guess I got that from my father.
          Sara
          Kingsland, GA

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          • #20
            Hey Matthew,
            So where is Hazlehurst....near Richmond Hill by chance? I personally do not see how anybody could part with any older model car period!Especially if they had to restore it! And I think it is especially cool that you have this awesome knowledge and appreciation for them....particularly the Studebaker. My mother recalls that the company moved to Canada (she thinks). Who know maybe our old Silverhawk will be in your family's care right here in Georgia! Wouldn't that be wild???!!
            Sara
            Kingland

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            • #21
              Hey Matthew,
              So where is Hazlehurst....near Richmond Hill by chance? I personally do not see how anybody could part with any older model car period!Especially if they had to restore it! And I think it is especially cool that you have this awesome knowledge and appreciation for them....particularly the Studebaker. My mother recalls that the company moved to Canada (she thinks). Who know maybe our old Silverhawk will be in your family's care right here in Georgia! Wouldn't that be wild???!!
              Sara
              Kingland

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              • #22
                Get a map of GA, and draw a line from Brunswick to Macon. We're right in the middle.

                There's no '59 Silver Hawk in our collection, none. That would be a little odd though if it was!



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                • #23
                  Get a map of GA, and draw a line from Brunswick to Macon. We're right in the middle.

                  There's no '59 Silver Hawk in our collection, none. That would be a little odd though if it was!



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                  http://thestudillac.blogspot.com/ (Studillac info wanted!)

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                  • #24
                    Oh OK....hmmmm. That could be Statesboro or somewhere in Dodge County maybe or just above Jessup? Have you heard of Southeastern Antique Car Club? It is here in Camden County.

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                    • #25
                      Oh OK....hmmmm. That could be Statesboro or somewhere in Dodge County maybe or just above Jessup? Have you heard of Southeastern Antique Car Club? It is here in Camden County.

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                      • #26
                        Hazlehurst is in Jeff Davis county. About 1 hour from Jesup. No, I've not heard of that car club. We're mostly Stude-only people. [8D]

                        Here's a map.
                        http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Hazleh...149&iwloc=addr



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                        • #27
                          Hazlehurst is in Jeff Davis county. About 1 hour from Jesup. No, I've not heard of that car club. We're mostly Stude-only people. [8D]

                          Here's a map.
                          http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Hazleh...149&iwloc=addr



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                          http://thestudillac.blogspot.com/ (Studillac info wanted!)

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                          • #28
                            Thanks for the map! I kind of figured you were on the way to Dodge County....now I know why Hazlehurst sounded so familiar. About 4 or 5 years ago my husband and I traveled through there to McRae to visit our priest who had relocated from our church in St.Marys to another church in McRae. Actually I think he was taking over two churches if I remember correctly. But on our way back we took a different route. We decided to cut over to Alma and then Waycross to head back home. So, we may have to find our way back there someday and check out your collection.

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                            • #29
                              Thanks for the map! I kind of figured you were on the way to Dodge County....now I know why Hazlehurst sounded so familiar. About 4 or 5 years ago my husband and I traveled through there to McRae to visit our priest who had relocated from our church in St.Marys to another church in McRae. Actually I think he was taking over two churches if I remember correctly. But on our way back we took a different route. We decided to cut over to Alma and then Waycross to head back home. So, we may have to find our way back there someday and check out your collection.

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                              • #30
                                If you went from Waycross to Hazlehurst, you passed our place. It's right on highway 23.



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