1958 Studebaker Golden Hawk: Designed by Raymond Loewy with
European flair, this American Classic stands out. The Golden Hawk
was Americas first family size sports car, and could seat 5 people.
The driver cockpit has an instrument panel with gauges telling the
engines performance which no other cars had. The car is equipped
with a Paxton Supercharged 289 engine (4.7 liter) and produces 275
H P which makes it one of the fastest production car of the time.
Only 878 were produced, and fewer than 100 are known to survive
today. This is a collectors car as it appreciates over 15% a year.
It has a unique styling, power, pizazz, turns heads, and wins
shows. Just finished 18 month restoration by professionals in Long
Beach, CA. Our sales team can tell you more about the company.
Stunning newly painted Tiara Gold and Arctic White and beautiful
gold and white new upholstery. This is an original California car
delivered to LA with no rust and always garaged, in excellent
condition and is a high-performance cruiser. Original engine
replaced and this engine is believed to have about 6,000 miles.
Vehicle had been garaged since 1990. Engine torn down and no wear
noted and it was thoroughly cleaned, new gaskets, adjustments, and
reassembled on new motor mounts. Paxton Supercharger disassembled
and no wear noted and reassembled. You can hear the supercharger
whistle, as the car accelerates, and the boost gauge shows the
level of boost. Carburetor cleaned and rebuilt. Throttle system
reworked, gas tank sent out for professional cleaning and coating
and has new fuel pump, gas lines, and filter. New Pentronic
ignition system with new spark plug wires. New alternator and
ignition switch, brake drums reconditioned, new wheel cylinders,
and brake pads. New master cylinder, brake booster, and brake
lines. New front shocks and bushings. Rear springs sent out to
replace leafs and rebushed. Interior taken out and only a small
amount of surface rust noted. Rust brushed and sanded.