Specs

Engine b
Engine
289 V8
Transmission b
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Mileage b
Mileage
30,939
Exterior b
Exterior
Dark Blue
Interior b
Interior
Blue
Stock b
Stock
304C

Highlights

  • Ice Cold Air Conditioning
  • Wide White Wall Tires

Description

Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta does it again offering this sweet 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo. The Gran Turismo Hawk's styling was a fairly radical facelift over the older Hawk shape; it contains a European-inspired, clean look codenamed the "Hawk Monaco". The hood from the prior Hawk was retained, but was given a more pronounced (imitation) radiator frame to more closely resemble the cars...

Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta does it again offering this sweet 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo. The Gran Turismo Hawk's styling was a fairly radical facelift over the older Hawk shape; it contains a European-inspired, clean look codenamed the "Hawk Monaco". The hood from the prior Hawk was retained, but was given a more pronounced (imitation) radiator frame to more closely resemble the cars of Mercedes-Benz, which at the time were distributed by Studebaker. The grille inside the radiator frame was patterned after the Mercedes as well. This Gran Turismo is finished in a deep, shiny Dark Blue over a very tidy matching Blue cloth interior. Under the hood lies a solid 289 cu in (factory rated at 225 HP) V8, backed by a column-shift automatic transmission. Other amenities include bucket seats, console, dual exhaust, working AM radio, bumper guards, dual side view mirrors, full Studebaker wheel covers, wide white wall radial tires, and ice-cold air conditioning for those hot summer days! The chrome on this Stude is in terrific condition as well as the glass. This Gran Turismo could easily be a daily driver or sweet enough to be investment material. Honest Studebakers such as this are getting harder to find so don't delay. Inquire today.

Phone:
770-738-7111

Address:
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Saturday - 9-5
Sunday - Closed

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