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    1960 hawk under hood free to look at and that i can make big enouph or make biger to see all wires ? tryed you tube cant make biger with out joinging something ?any help?

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    Studebaker parts.com shows wiring diagrams on thier website. A great help. https://www.studebakerparts.com/stud...-hawk-wire.jpg
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    • #3
      Will this work for you? Click it a couple times, it gets bigger.
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      • #4
        Go to www.classiccarwiring.com

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        • #5
          thanks to all this has helped .

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          • #6
            Originally posted by paul shuffleburg View Post
            Thanks! Exactly what I was looking for just the other night in the Stude archives, but this site has large, COLORED laminated diagram just for my 57 Golden Hawk; PERFECT!
            Answered before even asked (great question Dannyo! thanks)

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            • #7
              A trip to kinko's blew up the wiring diagram from the 59/64 shop manual to 48in by 48in. taped to a piece of card and hung in the shop. now i can see it even if i have miss placed my glasses( probably on top of my head) again. mood lighting would be cool! Luck Doofus

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              • #8
                Gerald, as bad as my eyes are that is a good idea blow it up & may be my car to lol dannyo.

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                • #9
                  I have taken my page out of the repair manual and had it enlarged at staples and the had it plastic coated. It won't blow away and I hope it keeps it free of grease prints. All for about $3.00 and 20 minutes time.

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                  • #10
                    Laminated, one can change to the wiring of the car to suit and keep a semi-permanent record on the plastic.

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                    • #11
                      I just leave it on my computer. I can make it as big as I want, and zoom on a particular portion if needed or print it all or a section, or put it on a flash drive and plug it into my old laptop in the shop.
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