Collector Quality? 1960 Studebaker Hawk

As an independent automaker without deep pockets, Studebaker got a lot of mileage out of its engineering and design. For example, what began as the Champion/Commander in 1953 became a variety of Hawks in 1956 and finally the Gran… more»

Rare Supercharged 1958 Packard Hawk

After Studebaker and Packard got together in 1954, Packard-branded cars would be gone four short years later. Packard automobiles built in 1957-58 were rebadged Studebakers and would be the last to carry that famous name which went back almost… more»

Rare Supercharged 1958 Packard Hawk

Packard automobiles built-in 1957-58 were rebadged Studebakers and would be the last to carry that storied name, which dated to 1899.  One of those cars was the Packard Hawk, a Studebaker Golden Hawk with a “fish mouth” grille. But… more»

Cheap Project: 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk

It is easy for potential buyers to fork out many thousands of dollars on a project car, and still be faced with a mountain of tasks before that vehicle even runs or drives. This 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk… more»

End of the Line: 1958 Packard Hawk

After the merger of Studebaker and Packard in 1954, both brands continued to struggle for customers, especially Packard. The 1956 models would be the last built specifically by Packard, with the 1957-58 cars being rebadged Studebakers for the most… more»

64k Original Miles: 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk

The 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo was the final update of the Hawk badge that first saw the light of day in 1956 when the Golden Hawk was unveiled. It was also part of the company’s last-ditch stand to ward… more»

Riviera Blue Beauty: 1961 Studebaker Hawk

The Studebaker Hawk dates back to 1956, thanks to famed designer Raymond Loewy. Because Studebaker-Packard’s pockets weren’t deep, the car stayed largely the same into the 1960s, with its crowning glory being the 1962-64 Gran Turismo. At least in… more»

Spotlessly Clean: 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk

The Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk represented an upgrade to the original Hawk design that first appeared in 1956. It was sold between 1962 and 1964, although the last GT Hawk rolled off the South Bend, Indiana, production line in… more»

Clean Survivor: 1964 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk

By 1964, Studebaker was in a situation where they were in dire financial straits and living on borrowed time. One of the casualties of an attempt to rationalize production was the closing of their South Bend, Indiana, manufacturing plant… more»

End of The Line: 1958 Packard Hawk

On January 7, 1956, at the Chicago Auto Show, Packard unveiled a concept car called the Predictor. It was designed to showcase numerous innovations that Packard saw as part of its future in American motoring. Sadly, the only thing… more»

Black Plate 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk Sport

There is always something unique about a Studebaker. Maybe it is the name or the looks, but in any case, this 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk 2 door sport, with the model number 62V-K6, is a car for someone with… more»

1-of-588: 1958 Packard Hawk

In 1958, Packard as a manufacturer was in its death throes, and production ended before that year was completed. This marked the demise of a once great marque that had been producing cars since 1899. Rubbing salt into the… more»

1 of 588: 1958 Packard Hawk

For the rapidly dying Packard, the Hawk represented one component in the last roll of the dice for the company. That it was ultimately unsuccessful, and Packard quietly disappeared in late 1958 is now part of motoring history. With… more»

1 of 1,484: 1964 Studebaker GT Hawk

The Studebaker GT Hawk was only in production for 3 years, from 1962 until 1964. In spite of spending considerable money on some major styling changes for the 1964 model, Studebaker only sold 1,767 cars, of which, 283 were… more»