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Some days we wonder where all these nice unrestored cars from the 1950s and 1960s come from. I was never a Studebaker fan, but this is one of the better-looking sedan models from a maker who had to continually re-dress the same body. I noticed the aftermarket front seat cover, and wonder if it is protecting prestine, original seat material?
Every time I tried to change the oil in any of my cars, not matter how I tried, oil would run down my arm as soon as I unscrewed the drain plug. To get the car produced quickly, fiberglass body panels were chosen over conventional sheet metal.
Perhaps the most unique feature of the Avanti (Italian for "forward") is the smooth nose - Loewy considered front grilles far too commonplace. The budget for the Avanti project allowed for a new body only, so the frame and suspension had to be taken from an existing model.
Front coil springs were from the Lark's heavy-duty police package, with rear leaf-springs borrowed from the Lark station wagon. As to the curious bulge on the left side of the hood, Loewy explained, "If you were on a straight highway standing at the steering wheel, that panel was oriented forward where the roadway would bend with the horizon, parallel to the centerline of the chassis frame. The dash panel was padded for safety as well as aesthetics, with the light switches moved above to the aircraft-inspired overhead panel.
Several engine options were available, including a belt-driven centrifugal supercharged unit, boosting horsepower to 289.
Standard transmission was a stick-shift three-speed manual, with most cars being fitted with either a four-speed manual or three-speed automatic. In October of 1963, a specially-prepared model fitted with a Paxton supercharger set a flying-mile record of 168.15 mph at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats. The "world's fastest production automobile" was driven by famed racer Andy Granatelli, and equipped with full roll-cage, additional instrumentation, and extra oil and supercharger cooling systems. The Avanti was publicly introduced on April 26, 1962, with a base price of $4,445 - as much as a Ford Thunderbird coupe and slightly more the Buick Riviera. After great initial reception and an encouraging amount of pre-orders, the factory ran into serious production issues. Studebaker's financial situation got worse, and the South Bend, Indiana factory was forced to close its doors in December 1963.

Originally intending to sell tens of thousands of these beautiful cars, the final total for its 18 months of production was 4,643. All automotive brand names, model names and event names are the property of the respective manufacture and event owners. Does somebody out there have a time machine they’re using to bring these cars forward in time? I ask because Studebaker Presidents, like Packards, utilized some beautiful materials for their interiors.
The sedans were a nose- and tail-job on the ’53-55 tub, (and for that matter, so was the Lark).
Once the car has sat for a little while, all the oil is drained from the filter and it doesn’t drip hardly any oil! Studebaker had its own V8 before Chevy or Pontiac and was the only independent to have its own automatic transmission (built for it by Detroit Gear) that Ford tried and failed to license. The company built good engines and well assembled cars with little money and as it turned out, time. Detroit's Big Three (Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Chrysler Corporation) started dominating American car sales, and the smaller independent companies could not compete.
To his credit were such diverse items as steam locomotives, jukeboxes, cigarette packs and refrigerators (he would go on to design the Zippo lighter, the Shell logo, the interior of the Nasa Skylab, and others). There were two main reasons for this - there would not be enough time for the tooling process required for steel panels, and a fiberglass car would be lighter (Loewy has been quoted as saying, "Weight is the enemy"). To ensure the engine would be cooled properly, a special radiator was designed, used in conjunction with a bottom air dam. There is also a roll-bar built into the roof, T-tops were suggested but were too expensive to manufacture. The 109-inch wheelbase of the Lark convertible's was chosen, but for the Avanti body it was too short in the front and too long in the back.
The tolerances of the 100+ fiberglass body parts and panels were off, and the cars could not be assembled. Later Studebaker had to give it up & use the BW transmission Ford was using to save money. In February of 1961, newly appointed president Sherwood Egbert proposed designing and building a sports car to help boost the company's image and attract younger buyers.

Loewy had worked with Studebaker previously; the Starlight and Starliner models were his designs.
After debate of whether or not to mold the fiberglass panels in their own factory, Studebaker contracted them out to Molded Fiberglass Products Company, the same outfit that had been making the Chevrolet Corvette bodies.
There were reports of the rear window glass popping out at high speeds due to air pressure.
Egbert asked Loewy if he could create a new sporty car, and have a full-scale clay model ready within a six-week period. You are not likely to park next to another at the local car shows, unless the Stude Club is in town.
A design team was assembled in quick order and the scale model car was completed on schedule. Features mostly original paint in Seamist Green and White with immaculate original cloth- and vinyl- trimmed interior. These were the days before Studebaker’s involvement with Andy Granatelli STP oil treatment and the Indy 500. Timken Bearing Interchange List- (3498kb) Search this document for the original Studebaker bearing number from your parts book. On this page, I have only concerned myself with the Rear Quarters, Doors, and Front Fenders- Keep an eye on these pages as I have not addressed the hood or trunk panels yet.
Bodyshop 101- TOOLS PAGE: Tools that you'll need to have available for doing the BODYWORK to your Stude.
Vinyl Dye for Seats, Dash, Door panels and headliners: This page gives some hints about how to use Vinyl dyes for various applications on your Stude. If you have never visited the Newsgroup, it is a great resource for information about the care and feeding of your pet Studebaker. These assemblies remained unchanged for many years- so they can be helpful for model years 1952- 1966 also.

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