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2015 PRICE LIST-- PRICES INCLUDE S/H  IN CONTINENTAL U.S.
                                              64 GT HAWK






















                                                 COMPLETE KIT INCLUDES:
                                        SEAT COVER SET                HEADLINER
                                        VISORS W/EXCHANGE      CARPET SET
                                        WINDLACE                           KICK PANELS
                                        DOOR PANELS                     REAR QTR PANELS
                                        CONSOLE COVER               PKG TRAY



COMPLETE KIT  PRICES:                                            CREDIT/CARD     CASH/CHECK 

64 GT HAWK(WITH BLACK DOT HEADLINER)----------------$2946.00------------$2860.00

​**ADD $150.00 FOR CLOTH***

**50% DEPOSIT TO START COMPLETE KIT**



 INDIVIDUAL PRICES:

 SEAT COVER SETS                                                           CREDIT/CARD   CASH/CHECK

 64 GT HAWK ------------------------------------------------------$1236.00------------$1200.00





PANEL SET INCLUDES DOORS, REAR QUARTERS, KICKS & PKG TRAY: 
                                                                                                                                                                                                  PANEL SET                                                                         CREDIT/CARD      CASH/CHECK

64 GT HAWK---------------------------------------------------------$1066.00-------------$1035.00
CARPET SET      

64 GT HAWK(INCLUDES DOOR, QTR & KICK PCS)-----------$458.00--------------$445.00


MISC ITEMS 64 GT HAWK

HEADLINER (BLACK DOT)--------------------------------------- $288.00--------------$280.00

WINDLACE--------------------------------------------------------$118.00---------------$ 115.00

CONSOLE COVER------------------------------------------------$118.00----------------$115.00

VISORS W/EXCHANGE (WE REBUILD YOUR OLD ONES)----$103.00--------------$100.00

KICK PANELS (PAIR)------------------------------------------------$77.00--------------$75.00

TRUNK DIVIDER-----------------------------------------------------$92.00--------------$90.00

DASHLINER---------------------------------------------------------$128.00--------------$125.00

DASH PAD-----------------------------------------------------------$103.00-------------$100.00
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The Gran Turismo changed very little in appearance during its three-year run, showing only slight alterations of the front grille, rear decklid treatment, and interior. People not familiar with the differences can learn to tell them apart by the hubcaps: stainless and black in 1962, a white center surrounded by a white ring in 1963, and similar to Avanti's in 1964. The 1964 model deleted the decorative overlay on the trunklid and most sported the optional half vinyl roof -- the vinyl being applied forward of the ridge. The Gran Turismo was the first production car with a half vinyl roof, a treatment that was widely copied and is still available on some cars.
The biggest news in year-to-year changes showed up under the hood. In 1963, the surprisingly fast Avanti debuted, and the Hawk benefitted from the engine work done for that car. Two hot versions of the 289 were offered: the 240 horsepower R-l, and the McCullough-supercharged 290 horsepower R-2. Although the superchargers are sometimes called Paxton, they are one and the same, being named after Robert Paxton McCullough. By this time, Egbert thought of the superchargers as being so much a part of Studebaker that he had the company buy that part of McCullough Motors. For 1964, a 304.5-cid engine theoretically became available. A stroked version of the 289, the R-4 version boasted twin four-barrel carbs and 280 horsepower. The supercharged R-3 cranked out 335 horses. Although listed, no Gran Turismos were factory built with either engine. Still, the 120-mph speedometers on the Hawk were changed to 160-mph units at mid-year to enhance Studebaker's performance image. 

To maximize the Gran Turismo's exposure, Stevens campaigned a Hawk-based race car. At his Excalibur works, he had a tubular frame built and installed a blown engine and Gran Turismo components. Labeled the Excalibur Hawk in proud chrome letters on the front fenders and sporting Hawk emblems on its chromed roll bar, this unique car did quite well on the racing circuit. Using a more conventional form of the production 1963 Hawk R-2, Andy Granatelli (by then vice-president of Studebaker's supercharger division) made 140-plus-mph runs on the Bonneville Salt Flats. His record runs with the similarly equipped (and Stevens-designed) Lark Daytona model also brought in much needed publicity. 

1964 GRAN TURISMO HAWK 

MODEL 64V-K6 
MODEL 64S-K6*

*A few 6-cylinder (64S-K6) and 259 CID V8 powered 1964 GT Hawks were built for sales outside the USA.

SPECIFICATIONS
Hardtop 
Weight  3280 pounds 
Wheelbase 120-1/2" 
Engine 289 CID, 210 or 225 HP 
Production 1767 
Cost $2958 
RUBBER TRUNK MATS----------------------------------------$252.00-------------$245.00
Please allow 6 months delivery on panel and seat sets