Dakotahound
dakotahound
2/15/20
9:18 AM
1

I’ve actually seen one like it around here. I have a picture somewhere. Was that a custom thing people did?

2/15/20
8:48 AM
4

Why do I feel like this would do wheelies and stoppies pretty easily? And honestly I kinda want to go push it over. Not out of spite - but just because it looks like you can. 

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2/9/20
7:55 PM
1

The had one of these at the museum in Tacoma when I went a few months ago.

2/9/20
2:16 PM
1

The drivable beaches are definitely one of my favorite things about Florida. So good. Sooooo gooooood. 

2/9/20
12:00 PM
1

My Mom’s probably down there today.  Look for the old lady in the Red Mini w/NJ plates.

2/7/20
2:51 PM
1

Production was extremely low, 120-150 a year on average, if I remember correctly. Avanti bought up all the inventory when Studebaker ended car production.

2/7/20
2:48 PM
1

The Interceptor was a very interesting automobile. Could be had with AWD in the 60's!

2/7/20
2:24 PM
1

Its a fairly early one, before the 80s facelift and before the new 5mph bumpers from the early 70s. The only really major change from Studebaker Avanti to Avanti II was swapping the Studebaker drivetrain for a GM one. Otherwise, they were built in the same factory, with the same tooling, on the same Lark convertible Read more

2/7/20
2:07 PM
1

You should send that to Tyler Rogoway over at The War Zone. He may know, or else he’ll get to the bottom of it. Read more

2/7/20
11:30 AM
1

I can kinda see the lines they were going for, but the car needs to be wider. As a result it’s too long and tall and somehow both curvy and rectilinear at the same time.

2/7/20
11:23 AM
1

Am I the only one that thinks these are fugly as all get-out?

2/7/20
11:15 AM
1

One was nice and one was a heap. Both were silver.

2/7/20
11:03 AM
1

The front end styling is a let down for me. Needs more “flair” like a Jensen Interceptor.