Packard Hawks For Sale

Manufactured during Packard’s last year, 1958, the Hawk was the sportiest of the final models. The Packard Hawk was really a Studebaker Golden Hawk 400 that was made in Indiana, but it carried the Packard badge. The styling of the Hawk was truly unique. Although it carried the tailfins common for the era, the front end had a strange, flattened look that many car enthusiasts did not appreciate at the time. Today, the look of the Packard Hawk is more iconic, and you can track one down for your collection by searching the classifieds at FossilCars.

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