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    Does anyone have a picture you could post or e-mail me of the mounting brackets and horn direction for 56-61 Hawks?
    Thanks
    Brian
    Brian Woods
    woodysrods@shaw.ca
    1946 M Series (Shop Truck)

  • #2
    Originally posted by woodysrods View Post
    Does anyone have a picture you could post or e-mail me of the mounting brackets and horn direction for 56-61 Hawks?
    Thanks Brian
    "said-to-be 1 Owner unmolested '56 Golden Hawk" at the 2007 SDC IM:






    And you're most Welcome

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    • #3
      Thanks Welcome
      Exactly what I was looking for!
      Right side is exaclty the same horn and mount that was on my 29,0000 original mile 56 Power Hawk.
      Do you have a better picture of the left side? As my horns were not the same as each other???
      I know! I am being "needy" here.
      Thanks again
      Brian
      Brian Woods
      woodysrods@shaw.ca
      1946 M Series (Shop Truck)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by woodysrods View Post
        >>>Do you have a better picture of the left side? As my horns were not the same as each other???<<<
        Sorry, those are the best pics. I have.

        Both horns pictured are "Sparton" horns. Sounds like you may have a mix & match of "Sparton" & "Delco" horns on your '56.

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        • #5
          These photos are pretty ugly, hope they help. As can be seen, they are from a '63 GT





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          • #6
            Yes mine are miss matched. Right side is a Sparton and I am not in the shop to look at the other one, but it has a round domed cap.

            It was actually the mounting brackets that I wanted to see and the direction the bells are pointing.
            Thanks for your help.
            Good Roads
            Brian
            Brian Woods
            woodysrods@shaw.ca
            1946 M Series (Shop Truck)

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            • #7
              Brian, I dug a little deeper and found a few more photos of those DELCO (dome style) horns mounted on my ’56 Golden Hawk. Hope these help you a little more….





              On aside note Brian; since you are working in that area anyway, be sure to follow these 1956 Studebaker Engineering Dept. instructions

              for the areas behind both side grilles. The #1 "goof-up" I’ve seen on so many nicely restored ’56 Hawks over the decades, is they forgot to paint these areas "BLACK" as required by this drawing (a copy of the entire original "1956 Studebaker Paintline" drawing can be ordered thru your SNM Archives).


              Good Luck!!!
              Last edited by Welcome; 01-10-2013, 08:10 AM.

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              • #8
                Perfect!
                That is exactly what I needed to see.
                Beautiful Sky Hawk
                Thanks
                Brian
                Brian Woods
                woodysrods@shaw.ca
                1946 M Series (Shop Truck)

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