Studebaker Avanti Interior The interior originally planned for the 1963 Studebaker Avanti never saw production. The design called for Royalite moldings (similar to fiberglass) throughout the interior. When Studebaker president Sherwood Egbert realized that the project was running over budget the ambitious interior was modified. Interior Knobs, Buttons And Handles. Other Interior items . Keys, Reproduction. Interior Rear View Mirrors Reproduction. Seat Hinge Parts. Shift Knobs, Shift Boots, Shift Indicators. Shifter Control Part. Speedometer Cables. Steering Wheels. Interior Vent Screen. Avanti Floor Mats. Trunk Mat and Tire Covers. Window Regulators and Parts
The Avanti, a dramatic departure from the Studebakr's family sedans, was his attempt to avert the company's imminent demise. Limited production of the Avanti, along with its coke bottle profile, facilitated the use of fiberglass for the car's body. The interior, an innovative design, resembling aircraft flight decks, featured an array of instruments, control levers and overhead switches.