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1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk

Color
Gold
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82,107

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$55,000
1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk

Color
White-gold
Engine
289-supercharged-2bbl-v8
Miles
87,841

Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk for sale in our Detroit Showroom. Studebaker produced the Golden Hawk from 1956 to 1958 and made a huge statement in the automotive world for performance cars before the age of the early 60s muscle. Packing a huge punch for its time, the Studebaker Golden Hawk is equipped with a supercharged 289 CID V8 that recently had the supercharger rebuilt. The car made an astounding 275 horsepower which made it the best power-to-weight ratio car available other than the Chrysler 300B. This car gives you the 50s styling that is cherished by so many. From the gold tailfins that are color contrasted to the rest of the white exterior, to the white and black leather and cloth interior that comforts you nicely as you cruise along. This car is a head turner wherever it is taken and is sure to win many awards at car shows. With minimal options on this car, it really gives the driver a complete driving experience and control over this sweet ride. Other options on this 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk for sale include: AM radio, chrome hub caps, leather interior, and wide white wall tires. For more information on this beautiful 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk for sale including over 100 HD photos and video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or give our knowledgeable and friendly staff a call at (313)-982-3100.... Read more

O Fallon, IL 62269 (450 miles away)

$79,500
1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk

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In 1953 Studebaker unveiled the sleek and stylish Champion/Commander Starliner hardtops and coupes. The striking and futuristic design looked fast standing still though the family of somewhat anemic inline six-cylinder engines meant performance didn t always live up to the promises made by the bodywork. For the 1956 model year Studebaker lacked the budget to develop a new car from scratch so the Commander and Champ were heavily reworked by the team at Raymond Loewy Studios. A bold new grille mimicked the intake of an F-86 Sabre jet fighter making room for the big 352 cubic inch Packard OHV V8 engine which finally gave the svelte Studebakers performance to match their looks. Touted as the Family Sports Car the new Golden Hawk was one of the most unique cars of the era. Packard s big 352 cubic inch V8 gave the Golden Hawk impressive straight-line performance but it was also quite heavy and the enormous weight over the front axle gave translated into questionable handling characteristics.For the 1956 model year Packard s 352 was superseded by the significantly lighter Studebaker-designed 289 cubic inch V8. On paper this might seem like a downgrade but the addition of a belt-driven McCullough supercharger allowed the 289 to punch out a very stout 275 horsepower and 333 lb. - ft. of torque. Over 100 pounds were shed from over the front axle making the four-seat Golden Hawk surprisingly fast. It could easily outperform both the Ford Thunderbird and Chevrolet Corvette in a straight line and now had vastly improved handling to hang with its two-seat rivals on twisty roads. The body retained the old roofline of the Starliner but was brought in vogue with fiberglass fins (to the disdain of Robert Bourke the Starliner s designer) a hood bulge to clear the blower and unique trunk lid with a fluted rear panel. The Golden Hawk proved to be one most powerful American GT cars of the era made even more impressive by the shoestring budget under which it was developed and today is counted among the most desirable and collectible of all Studebakers.This striking 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk is a wonderful example wearing a finely-preserved older restoration. Recently out of 14 years in a large and diverse collection of sports cars this Studebaker was originally a delivered to California where it remained for many years documented via old registration slips and a UC Davis parking sticker from 1964. Looking sharp and attractive in its factory-correct Arctic White with Tiara Gold inserts optional dual rear antennas dual exhaust and tinted glass this is an outstanding car with a superb presentation.The handsome body is very straight with consistent panel gaps and doors that shut with satisfying solidity. Paintwork is highly attractive having been well-maintained since the restoration was completed. It shows only a few minor touch-ups upon close inspection. Chrome and stainless brightwork is in beautiful condition overall with a mix of restored and preserved original pieces. The bumpers feature excellent plating and the stainless side moldings and window trims are straight and properly aligned with only the beltline moldings and the original mirror shows some minor pitting. Like the Starliner before it the Golden Hawk is rakish and low; this car sitting properly on Tiara Gold steel wheels with original stainless hubcaps and fresh Firestone Deluxe Champion wide-whitewall tires. The numerous exterior and interior options are confirmed via the included Studebaker build record.A rare and desirable gold interior presents in excellent condition with restored seats complementing preserved original two-tone door and interior panels. The original radio remains in place and the fittings and controls all appear to be excellent originals. Carpets are correct gold nylon loop and the trunk is properly detailed housing the spare wheel and jack. The spacious and comfortable interior gave the Golden Hawk an advantage over the competition allowing room for five while appealing to the sporting driver with its purposeful race-inspired gauges and engine-turned alloy fascia.The McCullough Supercharged 289 cubic inch V8 is tidy and well detailed with correct air cleaner fittings and hardware. It is clean and appears well sorted without being fussy or over-restored. The undercarriage is similarly tidy appearing very correct and showing minimal road use. The engine runs strong and the car is simply a pleasure to drive; the abundant power and low-end torque from that blown V8 lending it an impressive turn of speed. Power is sent through an automatic transmission and optional Twin-Traction rear differential. With unique Jet-Age style and the grunt to back it up this Golden Hawk certainly lives up to the Family Sports Car moniker its creators gave it. This is a very fine example of Studebaker s legendary Golden Hawk a fabulous driver that is ready for events or casual show.... Read more

Saint Louis, MO 63146 (476 miles away)

$225,000
1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk

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1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk All redone to original. 289 supercharger, automatic transmission, twin traction, Beautiful Tiara Gold, all available options: PB, PS, PW, P Seat, Tinted Glass, Dual mirrors, antenna, seat-belts, rear speaker, windshield washer, wire wheels. All works, never wrecked, looks runs like new.... Read more

Cadillac, MI 49601 (721 miles away)
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