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1962 Studebaker Grand Turismo GT Coupe Black on Red Four Speed


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Find me a 1960s car more cool for 10k.   And yes,  the advertisement is horrible and it seems to have no chassis.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/124717928541

 

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Looks great - UNTIL you look underneath. THEN you clearly have to RUN away. NOW. 
 

Too bad it’s so rotted out. It looks like it sat in a field for a long time. Or the ocean. 
 

Maybe a good parts car. I doubt you can buy panels for it, so even if you find a decent frame you are looking at a lot of fabrication.  I can’t imagine it would be worth it.  There must be better examples out there.

 

- John

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51 minutes ago, plymouthcranbrook said:

Yeah, no engine photos and when a salesman tells you something is rough but doesn’t post pics, run away.


if you look at “full size photos” you will see lots of frame and engine shots.

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52 minutes ago, Ben P. said:

Wut?

Learn something every day. I’ve hit “see full description” on every eBay ad I’ve ever looked at but never saw “full size photos” till you pointed it out.

Wonder how many years that’s been around.

 

It has been around a while.

 

My crack about the ad was regarding the description.  They actually posted quite a few good pictures.

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1 hour ago, plymouthcranbrook said:

Well after looking at the pictures I have to take back my remark about the salesman.  Really wouldn’t want the car though after seeing the balance of the photos.

 

The pictures help explain the price.   I think you need a rust free hulk that you can steal a chassis from. 

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On 5/11/2021 at 9:16 PM, Gearheadengineer said:

Looks great - UNTIL you look underneath. THEN you clearly have to RUN away. NOW. 
 

Too bad it’s so rotted out. It looks like it sat in a field for a long time. Or the ocean. 
 

Maybe a good parts car. I doubt you can buy panels for it, so even if you find a decent frame you are looking at a lot of fabrication.  I can’t imagine it would be worth it.  There must be better examples out there.

 

- John

I have a very solid 1963 that doesn't need frame work with working A/C I'd sell for that!  You really need to check these GT Hawks closely for rust corrosion. I've been burned once on a gorgeous Florida GT Hawk that looked great, had a seriously false appraisal claiming all original body panels and some very cleverly deceptive photo's. I wasn't able to view in person due to time and distance. Big mistake on my part! It had fiberglass fenders, rotted door frames, and much more. Here's a picture of the bad one.

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11 hours ago, Ed Luddy said:

Both of mine are 1963 models. These are such an elegant car even after all the years and iterations of the 1953 debut.

 

 

Nice!

 

How many R2 Stick cars did they build?    I'll see 3 or 4 Avanti's every year in that configuration,  but it seems like 1 GT every 10 years like that.

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28 minutes ago, alsancle said:

 

Nice!

 

How many R2 Stick cars did they build?    I'll see 3 or 4 Avanti's every year in that configuration,  but it seems like 1 GT every 10 years like that.

I don't know that info. But not too many. Had a black 63 about 20 years ago that was a 4 speed. 

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