Drive Anywhere! 1960 Studebaker Hawk

Being an “independent” automobile manufacturer in the middle of the 20th Century was tough. American Motors and Studebaker-Packard both knew how hard it was to compete, both the result of mergers in the 1950s. One of Studebaker’s most enduring… more»

1 of 2 Test Cars: 1961 Studebaker Hawk

The Studebaker Hawk was on its last go around of tailfins in 1961 with the aging body morphing into the Gran Turismo the following year. There was only one body style offered, a 2-door pillared sedan/coupe. The seller’s car… more»

2 of 1: Pair of 1961 Studebaker Hawks

Famed stylist Raymond Loewy did a refresh of the Starliner coupe and came up with the Hawk series beginning in 1956. For the next eight years, some variants of a Studebaker automobile would carry the Hawk name. Production of… more»

No Reserve: 1960 Studebaker Hawk 289 V8

Studebaker was producing a stew of Hawks starting in the mid-1950s: the Flight Hawk, Sky Hawk, Power Hawk, Silver Hawk, and Golden Hawk offered differences in trim and power to discerning buyers. By 1960, the Hawk line boiled down… more»

Older Restoration: 1961 Studebaker Hawk

The Hawk series of automobiles built by Studebaker arrived on the scene in 1956. They were a derivative of the earlier Starliner coupes and would stick around through 1964 in one form or another. These were sleek, neatly styled… more»

Last Of The Series: 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk

Studebaker introduced their Hawk series of autos back in 1956, with the car featuring four different available models and trim levels during its inaugural year, including the top-of-the-line Golden Hawk which not only offered elegant looks but also delivered… more»

Rare Hurst Shifter: Studebaker Project

Studebaker made a dizzying array of cars in the 1950s. Hawks, for instance. There was the Sky Hawk, the Silver Hawk, the Power Hawk, the Flight Hawk, the Golden Hawk, and in the 1960s, more Hawks. Here on eBay,… more»

Unfinished Business: 1961 Studebaker Hawk

The Hawk and its variants were a staple in the Studebaker line-up from 1956 through 1964. Depending on the models, they offered a sporty appearance, upscale amenities, and sometimes surprising power in a light package – but not always… more»

Hill-Holder Option! 1961 Studebaker Hawks

The Hawks were a series of “family sports cars” produced by Studebaker-Packard Corp. from 1956 to 64. They were all 2-door/4-seat coupes and hardtops. They were inspired by the 1955 Studebaker Speedster, a special edition based on the President… more»

Last Gasp Model: 1958 Packard Hawk

When I first saw this 1958 Packard Hawk, it set my mind racing. The Hawk represented the last hurrah for the company before production ground to a halt. It made me wonder whether a carmaker has ever gone out… more»

Bobby Darin Owned? 1962 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk

Between 1956 and 1964, Studebaker built several cars with the word “Hawk” in the name. The last was the Gran Turismo Hawk or GT Hawk. It was more formal looking than its predecessors, with styling cues that resembled both… more»

Grandfather’s Car: 1961 Studebaker Hawk

The Hawk series of Studebakers was born in 1956 and their design and styling are tied to the earlier Starliner coupes. From then until 1964, the variety of Hawks would be numerous, but in the 1961 model year, only… more»

Cheap Wheels! 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk

The Gran Turismo (GT) Hawk was the last evolution of the Hawk series that began in 1956. As a grand touring coupe, the GT Hawk borrowed styling cues from the likes of Mercedes-Benz, Ford Thunderbird, and Lincoln Continental. They… more»

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»

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