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Hi everyone out there in Auto-land. I'm so glad you want to know about Studebakers. My car is a 1960 Studebaker Hawk, it has a 289 ci Studebaker engine with automatic transmission (cause I'm shiftless). It has over 100,000 miles Most of the people who see the car really like the dash, but it's hard to find out what they think of the rest of the car. I had a problem a few weeks back, it didn't want to go into park. It just wanted to keep driving. The neighbor came over to shoot the breeze, I told him the problem. He says "lift the hood". He took a look, says just a second and gets a can of W/D-40. He sprays the column, now it works like a Champ (Studebaker that is). Dirt cheap fixin - try that on a new car. (I didn't mean a new Studebaker.) I really like the car and enjoy it and I get quite a few thumbs up. "Studebaker invented cool"