Studebaker's top of the line model for '62 was the brand new Gran Turismo Hawk (GT Hawk). This car is a great driver and a great value. Black with a red interior, the car is largely an all original unmolested survivor. The exterior paint is in very good condition with no major flaws or issue. The original chrome and trim is complete and shows some reasonable wear. There is some pitting on the front grill top, but otherwise there is no other pitting. The engine compartment is surprisingly clean and the trunk is excellent. Totally rust-free and accident-free survivor. Tires show a lot of wear left. The interior compartment is equally strong. The original red vinyl seat upholstery show some signs of wear but no major issues. The headliner is in very good condition, with just some slight waviness. The dash is great--with no cracks so common to Studebakers of this era. The speedometer needle works but has a little play in it as you drive. The radio works but the tuning is weak. All other guages work.
1962 Studebaker GT Hawk -- SOLD (Delaware) - $0
|Chrome & Trim||Good to very good. Pitting on the front grille top.|
|Body||Excellent. Totally rust-free and accident free|
|Wheel Covers||Very good|
|Upholstery||Good. Some easily repaired splits/tears on the lower seat bottom (not where you sit)|
|Door Panels||Very good|
|Headliner||Very good. Some waviness|
|Steering Wheel||Good. Some cracks|
|Transmission||Automatic. Very good|
|Performance||Very good driver!|
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