HELLO, HERE MY FRIENDS IS MY 1956 Studebaker POWER HAWK AND THAT IS
AN UNDER STATEMENT. THIS CAR IS AN ORIGINAL 28K MILE CAR THAT HAS BEEN
COMPLETLEY MADE OVER. IT HAS RACK AND PINION STREERING BY JW ROD AND
GARAGE, FRONT AND REAR, 4 LINK 9 FORD WITH COIL OVERS, 3:73 POSI WITH
STRANGE AXLES. BIG DISC BRAKES ON ALL FOUR WHEELS (STOPS ON A DIME),TILT
WHEEL, VINTAGE AIR, ALL NEW ELEC GAUGES THAT FIT THE ORIGINAL HOLES IN
DASH. BRAND NEW LS 3 (NEW) WITH CAM, MAKE 480 HP TO THE REAR WHEEL
(SCARY), THIS CAR HITS HARD BUT RUNS SO SWEET, I DROVE IT TO A CAR SHOW
LAST WEEKEND 100 MILES AND TOOK FIRST IN CLASS AND PEOPLES CHOICE. WHAT
A SWEET RIDE. IT NOW HAS 406 MILES ON IT AND READY FOR THE POWER TOUR.
THE PAINT IS 80% ORIGINAL, CHROME IS ALL ORIGINAL AS IS THE INTERIOR AND
VERY NICE, LIKE I SAID THIS WAS A ORIGINAL 28K MILE GARAGE KEPT CAR. I
HAVE A FLASH DRIVE OF THE CAR BEING BUILT. I WOULD DRIVE THIS CAR
ANYWHERE AND OUT RUN MOST ALONG THE WAY WITH THE AIR BLOWING.
NEEDS NOTHING. DRIVE OR SHOW OR BOTH,, A SUPER RARE UNUSAL CAR.
QUESTIONS, CALL OR TXT 936 TWO SEVEN FIVE 6349 . THEY ALL STOOD UP AND
LOOKED AS I DROVE INTO THE SHOW. IT WILL LIGHT THEM UP AT 30 MPH AND
CRUIZE AT 80 AT 2300 RPMS. THIS CAR IS FOR THE SERIOUS COLLECTOR, THANKS
FOR YOUR TIME.

Used Year: 1956
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 8451862 Mileage: 406
Interior Color: Green Make: Studebaker
Number of Cylinders: 8 Model: Hawk
Transmission: 4L80E Trim: original
Body Type: Coupe Engine: LS 3
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Drive Type: rear
Vehicle Title: Clear Fuel Type: Gasoline
Sub Model: POWER HAWK For Sale By: Private Seller
Exterior Color: White Drive Side: Left-hand drive

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