Steel shortages saw Studebaker delay the Hawk’s introduction until February of 1960, a full five months into the model year. Although the model name changed – it now was simply called the “Hawk” – little else did. Studebaker’s 289 V8 returned as the standard Hawk engine.
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1. 259 V8 and 170 six available in export markets.
2. Add 15 hp with four-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust.
About this Series
Birds of a Feather: Studebaker Hawks was on display at the Museum in 2020. This series of articles comes for the displays from that exhibition.