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  • Chris_Dresbach
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    Black with red interior, reclining seats, AC... I see a future show winner there. Good luck!

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  • JeffDeWitt
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    Looks like a heck of a lot of work and a great car when you're done. Good luck and keep us posted!

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  • SN-60
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    That's one loaded Hawk! Dig the tinted glass. If it has power steering You've nailed it!

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  • TMAN0950
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    Hi, the engine has been changed, I still may be able to find the orginal engine for it. If I can't find it I will go with this one if I can't find a 62 engine and change the valve covers to make it look right.

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  • HAWK64
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    Originally posted by BruceT View Post
    where is that field of Studes exactly?
    Chuck Naugle is still listed in the 2012 SDC Member Roster as living at Vail in Arizona.

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  • parts2
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    Terry ..
    I am also in Tucson..
    Yes..a lot of work..but in the end a rare and well optioned GT.

    Best of times with your project..

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  • 58PackardWagon
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    Looks like a well optioned car....nice colors too. Best of luck on your restoration

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  • Bob Andrews
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    Great car to save! I've got a running '62 GT 4-spd. with nice interior that's got a bad frame and floor boxes that I'm hoping to find a solid shell and frame for. I had a '63 last year and it was a great driving car. When it's done you'll really enjoy it! Good luck with it.

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  • COMMANDERPINK1
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    Sounds great and good luck. Looks like the Hawk had some good company the past 30 or so years.
    Tom

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  • qsanford
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    Nice '61 Lark wagon in the background of photo three!

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  • BruceT
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    where is that field of Studes exactly?
    Last edited by BruceT; 01-08-2012, 09:48 AM. Reason: spelling

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  • Chucks Stude
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    Not being critical, it just looks like the engine has been changed( 4 bolt valve covers). Does it have an oil filter on the passenger side, lower part of the block?

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  • Pat Dilling
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    That'll keep you busy for a while, great piece to start with. Have fun!

    Pat

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  • 52hawk
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    I see reclining bucket seats,4 speed,and air conditionng!! Neat project!

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  • HAWK64
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    Originally posted by TMAN0950 View Post
    I got a 62 Hawk that had been [ATTACH=CONFIG]13207[/ATTACH]my best friends in High School (class of 1969 ). It has been setting out and not used in 37 years. I know it goint to take alot of wo[ATTACH=CONFIG]13206[/ATTACH]rk but I hope to get back on the road. I will be asking for help from this form from time to time, It's going to be fun. Thanks Terry[ATTACH=CONFIG]13205[/ATTACH]
    The Hawk photo with the other Studebakers makes me guess it came from Chuck Naugle's collection of Studebakers. Good luck with the restoration.

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