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Studebaker Hawk: 1956-1964 Photo Archive (Photo Archives) epub ebook

by Ed Reynolds

Studebaker Hawk: 1956-1964 Photo Archive (Photo Archives) epub ebook

Author: Ed Reynolds
Category: Automotive
Language: English
Publisher: Enthusiast Books (July 13, 2003)
Pages: 128 pages
ISBN: 1583880941
ISBN13: 978-1583880944
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 847
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Studebaker Hawk book. See them all beginning with the early Hawks in 1956 and their development.

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Studebaker Hawk : 1956-1964 Photo Archive. See them all beginning with the early Hawks in 1956 and their development through the 1964 season. Production factory photos show them all off, from the Flite Hawk, Power Hawk, Sky Hawk, Golden Hawk, Silver Hawk, Packard Hawk, Hawk, and the Gran Turismo Hawk. Also includes design drawings, clay models, prototypes and factory floor photos. Captions provide identifying characteristics of each model, as well as other historical information.

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See them all beginning with the early Hawks in 1956 and their development through the 1964 season. Production factory photos show them all off, from the Flite Hawk, Power Hawk, Sky Hawk, Golden Hawk, Silver Hawk, Packard Hawk, Hawk, and the Gran Turismo Hawk. Also includes design drawings, clay models, prototypes and factory floor photos. Captions provide identifying characteristics of each model, as well as other historical information.
Reviews (6)
Άνουβις
Very interesting facts about the Studebaker Hawk, even for a non aficionado with only a mild interest in cars. I ordered it for a gift. The recipient liked it and he owns a Hawk, as well as a couple of other Studebaker books. I had a chance to read through it and found it interesting. The only negative was that I was expecting the photos (there are a lot of them) to be in color, but they are all black and white. The only color photo is on the cover.

Voodoosida
Excellent compilation of the Studebaker Hawk. A must for any Studebaker Hawk fan. My husband loved it!

Eseve
Excellent book on the Hawk

Alsath
Great deal , top Services

doesnt Do You
Lots of pictures. Thast what it's all about with these books. Hours of terrif browsing and a great conversation starter. You'll be surprised how few people know even that Studebaker even existed.

Your friends wil be amazed at how well these cars still look today. The Golden Hawk would require very little styling changes to be saleable in today's market. I'll never get tired of looking at these beautful photos of the gorgeous and fantastic cars.

Kirimath
I've seen lots and lots of Studebaker pictures over the years and this compilation could've been twice as good with a little more effort. Most of the pictures of the earlier hawks are good, but suddenly at 1962 practically every shot is of a prototype and not the actual car that was produced. One shot of the prototype would've been enough, but instead all we get is a couple of really crude shots of actual production models--and blurry at that! The 1963s and 1964s fare a little better, but I really think this book is only BARELY worth the price. A decent compilation of facts and some detail shots, but uneven in quality, to say the least. There's just NO excuse for making this kind of book and reprinting blurry photos, period.

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