1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk 352 Packard 33,661 Actual Miles Unrestored Survivor
You are viewing an incredible 1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk with only 33,661 Actual Miles. Miles are documented on title and oil change receipts. The car is an Unrestored Survivor with original paint, glass, chrome, interior and trunk compartment. The car was ordered in the stunning color combination of Snowcap White over Mocha. The car is powered by the 352 Packard Engine with 275 Horsepower/ 385 LBS/TQ. The car has the optional deluxe wire hubcaps. The car is 100% Solid with no repairs done what so ever.
The car has had some recent maintenance performed. The original 352 engine has been rebuilt and the engine bay has been detailed back to original specs. The correct tar top battery was installed. New concourse quality stainless steel exhaust was installed. The car has new WWW Radial tires installed. New brakes and brake lines were installed. The gas tank was reconditioned. Once you get behind the wheel, you will see why many collectors consider the Golden Hawks to be one of the earliest muscle cars. The car starts up effortlessly and has a deep aggressive tone. All of gauges function including tachometer. The original radio plays. The heater and deffroster turns on. The car runs and drives very well. The engine is very powerful and the transmission shifts smooth and on point. T
The condition of this Golden Hawk is incredible for being original. Of course, there are chips and were thin spots in the paint, but it still presents itself beautifully and I would not do anything to the paint but preserve it. The original interior is still wrapped in plastic. The interior is in exemplar condition. There is no visible were marks and the interior presents itself almost as new. The trunk compartment is original and does includes the original jack and tools. The car also has the original owners manual and warranty booklet.
The Studebaker Golden Hawks are the top of the line models and are very sought after among collectors. Many consider the Golden Hawk as one of the earliest muscle cars. With its high power to weight ratio, The 1956 Golden Hawk was one of the fastest cars on the road in 1956. According to the 56Goldenhawk Registry, 451 are know to exist today. This particular Golden Hawk is one of the finest originals available.
BELOW IS A LINK TO HISTORY OF THE 1956 GOLDENHAWK
Interested parties should call us right away. This Golden Hawk could not be replicated and is the finest original available!
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- Engine Size
- 352 V8
- Fuel Specification
- Body Color
- Body Style
- Paint Type
- Golden Hawk
- Interior Color
- Secondary Interior Color
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