Sky, Power, Flight, Silver, Golden...no, those aren't abandoned Captain Planet characters, rather just a sliver of the various Hawks available throughout the 50's and 60's. Realizing that perhaps there was some money to be made on this whole flashiness thing, Studebaker kept the momentum started with the Speedster model and launched the Hawk for the noontime scotch and hat-with-panache crowd. Find this 1963 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk insert link here for sale in Lyons, IL for $4,200 via craigslist.
Available with a myriad of engine choices, all except export models were 289 V8's of different power levels, leather interior, and a trunk that's large enough to fit a month's worth of luggage, the Gran Turismo Hawk was made for uniquely American grand touring. Think less winding country roads with vineyard stops, more running from the law.
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