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Bill Hanlon

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  1. In my 1983 which was a 305 now a 350 and set up the same way the A/C and PS are on the drivers side and the alternator on the passenger side.
  2. It is easy to train the wife. Make the repair $$ come out of her allowance rather than your car budget. But do not listen to me as I am on my fourth wife and a couple $$ in repair is cheaper than a divorce. if I had take my own advice I would be on the Ford GT or Maserati site rather than trying to keep my Stude running on the cheap!
  3. You are looking at 1950’s technology. The Avanti II are just a continuation of the technology. Why? They had left over parts. I come to Avanti’s being a prior Studebaker owner and have been dealing with the same system for years.
  4. I think I need to replace the steering box gear.
  5. Yes it had a blown 305 when I bought it. Replaced it with a crate 350. I wish that I had more funds at that time and replaced the 305 with an LS. Unfortunately I need to go through the controller (wife) to get funds. Next couple of years project is to tighten up on the steering and rebuild the front end. It still has plenty of get up and go!
  6. Yes on recaro seats. The door panel is leather including arm rest. I do not have a build sheet.
  7. Dayton wire wheels. Still manufactured when I checked 3 years ago
  8. I gave up and took it to a respected body shop. Not perfect but much better than I could do.
  9. Mine was under dash around fuse panel. Lots of wires. Box about 3”x4” 1/2” thick.
  10. My 1983 had a UNGO alarm system. I could never figure it out and it was a constant pull on the battery. I had an alarm/audio guy rip it out.
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