Few cars look as stately and sophisticated as this 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk. It’s guaranteed to have people grabbing their phones to snap a picture as you drive along and gather around once you park. An extensive restoration means the condition of this classic ride is nothing short of jaw-dropping. Now, thanks to Carolina Muscle Cars Inc. you have the chance to own this amazing machine.
A costly frame-off rotisserie means this Studebaker Golden Hawk has been returned to its former glory. It went through a thorough frame restoration, blasting, and repainting process with everything documented. Tripe chrome plating, new gold plating, plus new emblems ensure even the smallest details look perfect. Whitewall tires wrap around original wheels.
The interior is similarly immaculate. Despite being all-new, it hearkens to the original with correct seats, plus the proper materials for the upholstery and headliner. Even the carpeting is the correct Daytona weave. While you see the original radio, inside is a modern setup, so you enjoy the latest tech without ruining any aesthetics. The restoration process included the Quartz clock, weatherstripping, door sills, and the trunk.
This Studebaker has the optional McCulloch Supercharged 289 V8, which works smoothly with an automatic transmission. Also included from the factory is the super-rare Twin Traction Positraction rear end. Plenty more options are included in this loaded ride, like power brakes, power steering, and dual-speed wipers.
You won’t run across a 1957 Studebaker Gold Hawk like this one again anytime soon. These cars weren’t too common in their day and there are fewer survivors around all the time. This one has gone through a well-documented and full restoration with a binder full of receipts to help prove it. Also included is the original title and the owner’s history, plus the original order invoicing which shows all the options included from the factory.
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