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  • 1958 Silver Hawk at auction in S.E. Penn.

    I just found that a 1958 Silver Hawk with 23K will be auctioned off next Saturday in Leola, Pa. (just outside Lancaster on Rt. 23). It is a 5 hour trip for me, but perhaps someone is close and can give it a go. The sale bill says it is a 259, auto and PS.

    http://www.auctionzip.com/Listings/208008.html


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    I am pretty sure that this is the same car that was at Carlisle a couple of years ago, although it looks a little too pink in the auction photo. I took pictures of it, but my hard drive crashed and I think I lost them. It is almost identical to the one my Mother bought new in 1958, except the white didn't have a pinkish tint, but it had the same gold fins. It seems to be in excellent original condition. The interior is the same as the one we had. It is pinkish vinyl with brown cloth and brown rubber floor mats. (Probably the ugliest interior Studebaker ever put in a car!)But it is in excellent shape. They wanted $22,500.00 for it, which I thought was high, but I would have probably paid it if I had the money just to have an almost identical car that I loved so much.

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      I am pretty sure that this is the same car that was at Carlisle a couple of years ago, although it looks a little too pink in the auction photo. I took pictures of it, but my hard drive crashed and I think I lost them. It is almost identical to the one my Mother bought new in 1958, except the white didn't have a pinkish tint, but it had the same gold fins. It seems to be in excellent original condition. The interior is the same as the one we had. It is pinkish vinyl with brown cloth and brown rubber floor mats. (Probably the ugliest interior Studebaker ever put in a car!)But it is in excellent shape. They wanted $22,500.00 for it, which I thought was high, but I would have probably paid it if I had the money just to have an almost identical car that I loved so much.

      Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/

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      • #4
        I found the photos of the car. It was at Carlisle last spring not the spring before as I thought. The price was also $22,000.00. Below are the photos.






        Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/

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          I found the photos of the car. It was at Carlisle last spring not the spring before as I thought. The price was also $22,000.00. Below are the photos.






          Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/

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