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  • interesting article on 62 GT Hawk

    Thanks to Google, I was able to read this article:

    Read about it here


    --george

    1963 Lark Daytona HT - 63V J8 175
    53-54 C/Ks, 55 Speedsters, 63 Daytonas, Wagonaires Registries


  • #2
    That's a nicely written article. Not too much information, but perhaps enough to entice the reader to learn more about the GT. Good pictures and at least the history is pretty accurate.


    sals54
    sals54

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    • #3
      That was a great article. I don't know if I agree with some of the negative statements but the author seems quite knowledgable about our favorite nameplate.


      Doug
      Venice, Florida
      1950 Champion
      9G F1

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      • #4
        As a long time Studebaker loyalist and 20 plus year owner of a '63 GT, I didn't find anything inaccurate or negative in the article. The 120.5 wheel base frame twists on every bump in the road, and to be frank I've seen fit and finish problems on every Studebaker I've ever owned (the later Lark types are actually the best, IMHO.)I agree, it was an excellent article. Russ Farris

        1963 GT Hawk R-2 4-speed
        1964 Avanti R-1 Auto
        1963 GT Hawk R-2 4-speed
        1964 Avanti R-1 Auto

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        • #5
          Already mentioned here, just a few posts down[:I]:

          http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...TOPIC_ID=36454

          Robert (Bob) Andrews- on the IoMT (Island of Misfit Toys)
          Parish, central NY 13131

          GOD BLESS AMERICA





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