Think the first musclecar was the ’64 GTO? Wrong. The first modern-day vehicle with a ‘high-horsepower engine in a light-body’ descended from South Bend, Indiana, and landed wherever it wanted. 275hp right out of the box in a 3200 lb. chassis. It was called the Studebaker Golden Hawk. Born in ’56. And this was the view most often seen by would-be competitors in ’57. Hey Bel Air: eat my tail feathers! Hawks are rare. We’re creating no more than 27 images with this view. Get a sequentially numbered Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the artist, to attest to its value. Be the first in your group to tell the truth about the first post-war musclecar!
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