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1964 Hawk w/ 289ci, 2bbl question

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  • Fuel System: 1964 Hawk w/ 289ci, 2bbl question

    I am a new Hawk owner and mine has a 2BBL Stromberg WW carb on it. Did they originally come with Strombergs?

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    All I've ever seen with original 2-bbls had Stromberg. All the 4-bbls I've seen were Carter.

    jack vines
    PackardV8

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      Originally posted by hawkjockey View Post
      I am a new Hawk owner and mine has a 2BBL Stromberg WW carb on it. Did they originally come with Strombergs?
      Yes, the correct Stromberg WW for a '64 would be the "Low Choke" Model 6-132. This is stamped INTO the Top Air Horn casting on top next to the Inlet Fitting hole.

      Studebaker Vendors at: studebakervendors.com
      have the Correct Repair Kit.

      And a few of them can also Rebuild it for you.

      Re-machined 2 Brl. Intake Manifolds are available from some Forum Members here to accept a New Edelbrock AFB Clone 4 Barrel Carb. for improved running, Mileage and Performance.

      Congrats on owning THE Most desirable and rare year model of GT Hawk and most other Hawks as well!
      Last edited by StudeRich; 07-29-2014, 02:02 PM.
      StudeRich
      Second Generation Stude Driver,
      Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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