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    Charlie davis r.i.p.

    Charlie Davis passed away this afternoon after a long battle with ALS. Charlie was instrumental in the formation of the CNY Chapter in the Syracuse area of NY. But that was like Charlie, always...
  2. Did the car come from the shop on Sycamore and...

    Did the car come from the shop on Sycamore and Herman?
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    No factory supercharged 1961 - 1962 Studebakers...

    No factory supercharged 1961 - 1962 Studebakers as production cars.
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    I am celebrating my Fathers Day with the marriage...

    I am celebrating my Fathers Day with the marriage of my daughter yesterday which gave me the opportunity to be with family and friends. Life is soooo good!
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    Body: Door hinges

    I want to replace the forward weather stripping on the"A" pillars of my '62 GT Hawk. Book says to remove the door. The door hinge at the "A" pillar is held in place with #4 Phillips screws. What...
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    I do have the info that Barry had. I have added...

    I do have the info that Barry had. I have added some vehicles from the 2018 SDC Roster and added the historical list of super Hawks compiled by George Krem. I still have to match up some of the...
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    Engine: Just for fun, checkout YouTube Pete's garage...

    Just for fun, checkout YouTube Pete's garage studebaker rebuild
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    Not stock: white wall width, upholstery and...

    Not stock: white wall width, upholstery and alternator (should be a generator).
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    Would the rebuild effort include attention to...

    Would the rebuild effort include attention to authenticity?
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    Engine: I had my freshly rebuilt 289, .030 over, balanced...

    I had my freshly rebuilt 289, .030 over, balanced rotating assembly, 4 bbl, petronix distributor run on a Dyno before it was installed in my GT Hawk. Carb jetting to get 14.7 fuel/air ratio. ...
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    Memories

    Paul, I will always remember that Zone Meet because of how you and Charlie Davis rescued me and my GT Hawks
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    Just one word...WOW! Tremendous issue put...

    Just one word...WOW! Tremendous issue put together by a tremendous group.
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    Absolutely!!! My contact info is on the last...

    Absolutely!!! My contact info is on the last page of every Turning Wheels, please call me.
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    I recently acquired the Super Studebaker research...

    I recently acquired the Super Studebaker research work done by George Krem, et. al. back in the late 80's. I have put all the GT Harks in a spreadsheet listed by VIN. I have also added everybody's...
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    Other: So for 1964 the engine blocks were not...

    So for 1964 the engine blocks were not individualized but lumped together by the date they were casted?
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    Other: 1964 Super Hawks

    I have a copy of the research work that George Krem did on Super Studebakers. I am setting up a spreadsheet with the information and for 1964 GT Hawks I have a question regarding the code key. Some...
  17. Electrical: 1962 GT Hawk fender spears do not light up ...

    1962 GT Hawk fender spears do not light up however the 1963 and 1964 fender spears do light up.
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    Once again the Northeast Zone shines Studebaker...

    Once again the Northeast Zone shines Studebaker light on the rest of the world. Great work Bill Jarvis!
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    Body: Weatherstripping 1962 GT Hawk

    Does anybody have a picture of how the weatherstripping is positioned on the A pillar just below the windshield. It is part # 1347014 and 1347015, called Upper Corner Seal.
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    Body: Part number needed

    On 1962 and 1963 there is a ribbed aluminum trim piece at the exterior bottom of the roof sail panel. I need the part numbers of the left and right side (unless both sides use the same part and just...
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    Body: That's what I was looking for. Thank you so much!

    That's what I was looking for. Thank you so much!
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    Body: Could not find a cross reference to that part...

    Could not find a cross reference to that part number in the SI catelog. Maybe a telephone call on Monday.
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    Body: 1962 GT Hawk deck lid overlay

    What is the part # for the "T" bolts that attach the overlay to the deck lid and where can I get them?
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    Body: Great to hear from you. Your paint work still...

    Great to hear from you. Your paint work still looks great and I get many compliments. My original question is does the Weatherstriping go on the front edge of the door or on the "A" pillar?
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    Body: But is the "tip" that holds the weatherstriping...

    But is the "tip" that holds the weatherstriping on the door itself or on the cowl (A pillar)?
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