This Avanti is in good condition, a largely original Southern California car with a rebuilt 289 V8, automatic transmission, power front disc brakes and air conditioning. A very original survivor with the exception of new a/c compressor converted to R134, electronic ignition, electric fuel pump and AM/FM radio. The interior has newer upholstery, carpets, headliner, and trunk and glovebox liner and vinyl dash. Paint is about 5 out of 10. Looks good on road.
The Pick of the Day was the performance version of the landmark design
The Pick of the Day is considered America’s first GT model
The Pick of the Day remains a controversial design, but those who love it, totally love it
The Avanti was Studebaker’s last-ditch effort at showroom success, and it remains a landmark piece of mid-century automotive styling
There will be something very special about the annual Avanti Owners Association International meet scheduled for May 3-5 in South Bend, Indiana.
The 1960s were a tough time for the smaller American auto manufacturers.
If you remember when Volkswagen introduced its Golf hatchback to the American automotive marketplace, you might not want to admit it. That’s because it was 45 years ago, when the hatchback was badged for U.S. distribution as the Rabbit. Fast forward to 2020 and the Golf is well into its seventh-generation platform update and available […]
Anyone remember the world’s first SRV? That’s SRV as in Sport Recreation Vehicle, which is what Pontiac called its Aztek. “You’ve never seen anything like it before because there’s never been anything like it before,” Pontiac said as it unveiled this new creature for the 2001 model year. “Aztek has been uniquely designed to keep […]
The Justice Brothers were the first sponsors of a NASCAR team and obviously knew how to pick the winners. Their team won the first year of the NASCAR race series with Red Byron driving a 1939 Ford V8 Coupe tuned by Red Vogt and owned by Raymond Parks. In this video, Ed Justice Jr. […]