Birds of a Feather: Studebaker Hawks

Birds of a Feather: Studebaker Hawks showcases Studebaker’s family sports car, which was produced for nine model years from 1956-1964.

Studebaker’s Hawk line debuted in 1956 with much fanfare, as the Studebaker-Packard Corporation branded the new model as a “Family Sports Car.” Just over 80,000 were built during its nine year run, and although never a big seller, these models have become some of Studebaker’s most iconic automobiles and remain tremendously popular today.

All of the Studebaker National Museum’s Hawks will be on display, including its latest acquisition, a 1956 Golden Hawk, as well as Brooks Stevens’ Sceptre prototype, which was slated to be the Hawk’s replacement in 1966.

Online Exhibition

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1956 Studebaker Hawks
1957 Studebaker Hawks
1958 Studebaker Hawks
1959 Studebaker Hawks
1960 Studebaker Hawks
1961 Studebaker Hawks
1962 Studebaker Hawks
1963 Studebaker Hawks
1964 Studebaker Hawks

Studebaker Hawks

  • March 18, 2020 - September 13, 2020