That is going to be a tough one without Pics of the WHOLE Car, Interior and more info.
There were no 1962 Studebaker Avantis, only '63 and '64's.
Most round headlight bezel models were '63's.
It has the "Supercharged" Emblem on the front
fender possibly making it an R2 Engined Car, so then you would need to
show Pics of or info on how much of the Supercharger equipment and
Blower itself are there or operational.
What Transmission, stick ( Manual 4 Speed) or Automatic Floor Shift.
Condition and Color of seats, door panels, dash etc.
The Serial Number from the right (passenger side)
frame rail, just forward of the firewall, it will need cleaning to read,
and the "I"'s are 1's.
It has aftermarket Wheels and rear Custom (Modified) Fender Flares.
Last edited by StudeRich; Today at 06:23 PM.
I like the rear fender flare.
along with what "studerich" stated, it also would help to see pics of the frame and "hog-troughs" underneath.
ass-u-ming it's a dry nevada car with minimal rust, that would make it worth much more than a "rust-belt" avanti.
oh, and welcome to the forum!!!
As a discussion starter, One like yours without the rear wheel
opening mods sold in Calif two weeks ago for $2746 on Ebay with no
engine/trans. I'd guess yours at somewhat less due to the mods.
Originally Posted by Jayhogg
And Welcome, Hope it finds a great home.
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