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Transport: 1962 GT Hawk

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  • Other: Transport: 1962 GT Hawk

    Please need advice to move my 62 GT Hawk from Palm Coast FL to Melbourne FL. Maybe 150 Miles
    Studebaker1962

  • #2
    You neglected to post in Stove Huggers!!

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    • #3
      If you have AAA "Premier" membership then you are entitled to a 200 mile tow in addition to the 100 mile limit on the others.
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      • #4
        If the car has an automatic transmission and you plan to tow it on its rear wheels for 150 miles, you should disconnect the drive shaft.

        A flat bed truck would be a better bet.
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