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    St. Louis, Mo.
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    Avanti and Studebaker

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  • My Avanti
    63 R1 Avanti 1250 & 63 R2 Avanti 1122

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  1. contact Dale Sexton for the hubcaps. He advertises them in Avanti Magazine.
  2. I downloaded your image from the links you provided and added them to your first post. You posted the image source URL, which will NOT show photos. We do this to prevent sites from posting unrelated images to our forum. In the future, when you want to add images to a post, after writing your posting, just choose and upload. your photos, or drag them to the bottom of your message window, as explained in the screenshot below.
  3. The original post was by Craig (forum member 8E45E) and referred to an item in AutoRetro at the end of the Avanti article that the magazine will next feature the Mercedes SLC in a future issue, similar to the treatment they gave to the Avanti.
  4. What a thrill!! I want your job, Bob! 🙄
  5. I received copies of the December 2020 French automobile magazine, AutoRetro, and it includes a very well photographed and written 12 page full color feature on Avantis from 1963 to 1982. Copies are for sale from the AutoRetro website at https://www.auto-retro.fr A number of AOAI members and their cars are featured in the article, including members in France and Switzerland, and one from the U.S.
  6. The number for his daughter who is selling the car is in Avanti Magazine. It Is well worth the asking price. It is the first official 1964 Avanti, was the car shown at the New York Auto Show for the '64 models, and was restored using all NOS original parts that Dick got when he still worked for Studebaker. It is worth every penny of the asking price.
  7. Send me a link to your post that you want deleted and I can delete it for you. I do need to look into seeing if I can change the preferences so forum users can also delete their own posts, instead of just editing them. Lew
  8. To delete a post, click on the three dots on the upper right corner of any post and choose "delete"
  9. AOAI Indiana Chapter member, Constance Erdelac, is offering for sale in an online AUCTION @ Rachael Davis Fine Arts, a Raymond Loewy art portfolio, from the estate of her father, Joe Erdelac, a former Studebaker dealer. Proceeds from this item being auctioned off will be donated by Constance to the AOAI Indiana Chapter College Scholarship program. THANKS Constance, for your generosity! Here is the link to the auction site and this particular Loewy item: https://www.racheldavisfinearts.com/lots/view/1-3HI6NY/raymond-loewy-portfolio And here is
  10. lschuc

    R3 (or bust!)

    Ed. the other thing you might try instead of adapting your "regular" control arms might be using more modern Delrin bushings in place of the rubber bushings. The manifold heat should not bother them and they are virtually as stiff as the solid steel bushings.
  11. I remember your Avanti... and loved the paint at the show. Your picture doesn't do it justice, even better in the sun! You should send it to me to place in Avanti Magazine.
  12. Thanks!! I noticed that the owner was a member of the AOAI in 2000 and for a few years later, but not recently. On my TheAvanti.com registry, it was posted in 2003: R2 4 speed with T/T. Orig. color Gold now white. Final production date Jan.7th 1963. First sold in Reno as per order on Dec 17. Records indicate car spent its life in So.Cal until Nov.97. Many time show winner. All stock and original. The car apparently was sold and went to the current owner in New York State at the end of 1997. So as Southern California car, I'm guessing that the frame and torque boxes are fairly
  13. It would be helpful if the car was running and driving, but be prepared to put what could amount to quite a bit of money in the car. Depending on how much fuel was in the gas tank when parked, much could be gone, or turned to sludge. You could drain the tank and find out how much or how little fuel remains by removing the rubber hose under the tank above the center of the rear axle. As for the brake, be prepared to at minimum, replace all the brake caliper and wheel cylinder seals, and at most, replace everything, all the disk brake calipers and rear wheel cylinders, consider how lo
  14. People often refer to the torque boxes as "hog troughs", but these are steel structures under the body, and directly behind each rocker panel, stretching from the front door pillar to just behind each rear wheel. They should be solid with no signs of rust through.
  15. Thanks for providing the pictures. It looks like a decent used Avanti, but not all original, ie; black paint under the hood (should be body color), aftermarket GM alternator and not detailed. The interior looks nice enough, but worn and wrong colors in some areas. It looks like it has not been started in a long time so you did well by not trying to start the engine. Most likely the brake will not work and need to be refurbished. On the plus side, it is an R2 (supercharged) model from 1963 and would be a four speed transmission. It can take quite a bit of money to get it running, depending
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