Original 289 ci V-8, 4 speed transmission, 4 barrel carb, dual exhaust, optional twin traction posi rear. We have a copy of original build sheet showing this well preserved car was originally delivered to Montrose, Colorado, which accounts for the very solid condition of the body and trim, with only 8,388 built in 1962. These stylish beauties are a rare find and are finally getting the well deserved attention of collectors world wide. Designed by Brooks Stevens with a deiniet European flair, they were ahead of their time in performance as well as appearance. Andy Granatelli, President of Studebakers Paxton Charger Division and Indy 500 fame, campaigned a blown R-3 Hawk to a record 157 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats. A rare opportunity to own a historical car in a gorgeous original Turquoise metallic color.
left-hand-drive 1962 studebaker gt hawk usd0 turquoise 4-speed metallic