1 of the FIRST 300 Gran Turismo Hawks Ever Built, Factory 4-Speed

1962 Studebaker Hawk

Condition: Used
Make: Studebaker
Model: Hawk
SubModel: Gran Turismo
Type: Coupe
Year: 1962
Mileage: 12,449
VIN: 62V-10281
Color: White
Engine: 289
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Higginsville, Missouri, United States

Description for Studebaker Hawk 1962

This is one cool car and ONE of the FIRST 300 Gran Turismo Hawks ever built!
You can call this a barn find as it has been sitting in dry storage since 1992. My elderly friend had a collection of Studebakers, this one being his favorite model. He purchased this car in 1992 with the intent to restore the car, but never got around to it. With a smile on his face, he picked up the car in Kansas City, drove the car home, and then parked it where it sat in his shop for 26 years until now. Car is honest, complete, and unmolested. Mileage shows 12,449. Mileage may not be accurate, but we found a receipt in the glove box showing a fill up in December 1984 at 10,764 miles. This car will turn heads.
Order info:
  • Factory Order #32867
  • VIN# 62V 10281 (#281 built)
  • Body tag 62V K6 526
  • Order date 10/11/61
  • Final assembly 10/19/61, South Bend, Indiana
  • Shipped 10/22/61 to Studebaker-Packard Corporation on Quimby Street in Portland, Oregon
  • Delivered to W.N. Brown at 7460 SW Canyon Road, Portland Oregon
Factory Options:
  • Ermine White with Black Vinyl Interior
  • 4 Speed transmission, floor shift
  • Tachometer
  • Undercoating
  • White Sidewalls
  • Climatizer
  • Clock
A copy of the production order, shipping ticket, and original owner's IBM card is included.
Car rolls easily and engine appears to be free. Engine and transmission appear to have never been out of the car. Haven't had the time to try and start it, but it woudn't suprise me if it turned over with a fresh battery and fresh fluids.Typical rocker, floor & trunk rust, but easily fixable. Holes visable in the trunk pan and some fiberglass noted in the drivers side floorpan. All stainless and chrome appear to be present and accounted for. Glass is free of cracks. At some point prior to 1992, the shifter had been switched to a Hurst shifter - extra cool. You can go faster with that white shift knob, right? Additional windshield and passenger rear quarter panel included.
Car sold AS-IS. No Warranty. Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.
$500 deposit within 24 Hours of Successful Bid