|1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk
1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk
The Studebaker Hawks aspired to be the new kind of family car with a sport car look. As descendants of the pillar-type Starlight coupe, the Hawks were nothing but new and exciting for the Studebaker line-up. However, these cars would be the last to be designed by Raymond Loewy's team of designers for the slowly failing Studebaker-Packard corporation.
Inside, the Golden Hawk interiors were available in both all-vinyl and vinyl-cloth combinations with a variety of colors, patterns and textures to choose from. Underneath the hood was a Packard 352 cu. in. V8 engine with 275 hp. Among the Golden Hawk, there were 3 other Hawk models to choose from including the Flight Hawk, Power Hawk and Sky Hawk.
1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk Specification and Production
||Body Type & Seating
|Golden Hawk Series - 120.5 in. wheelbase
||Golden Hawk Hardtop Coupe
1956 Studebaker Engines
||Bore X Stroke
||4.00 x 3.50