The Gran Turismo (GT) Hawk is a grand touring coupe that was sold by Studebaker from 1962 -1964. It was Studebakers top of the line model that evolved from the 1956 Golden Hawk. The 1962 model was brilliantly redesigned by Brooks Stevens by putting on a new grille, shaving off the fins and adding a new squarer roofline. Despite the fact that the Studebaker engine was heavy for its size the GT Hawk boasted performance and handling not typically found in an American made car. This particular example is equipped with its original 289ci V8 rated at 225hp and is mated to a Flight-O-Matic automatic transmission. It was optioned with A/C, a clock, a tachometer, deluxe floor mats and a gorgeous two-tone interior. It was repainted in its original color of Studebaker Blaze Red about 10 years ago and it still shows like new. It is a rust free car that was relocated from Colorado to the Midwest just after being repainted and has not seen a winter since. Everything but the clock works as it should. The A/C was just serviced and blows ice cold. The car has 75,929 original miles and is need of nothing but a basic service and a new garage to park in.
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