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.About The Author:Ed Reynolds grew up near South Bend, Indiana not far from the Studebaker Proving Ground. His father, E. T. Reynolds, worked in the Engineering Department for Studebaker. As a boy Ed was always interested in Studebaker and was privy to what was going on in Studebaker engineering. He was also able to make visits to the Proving Ground where prototypes of new models were frequently seen. In addition, the company car his father drove home was usually a prototype which engineers used as company cars after introduction. After a year or two the cars were scrapped. Ed personally rode in many of the cars pictured in this book.Ed currently owns a business named “Studebaker International” and is the largest manufacturer and supplier of Studebaker parts. The company specializes in rubber door and glass seals, emblems and trim items as well as mechanical and hard to find N.O.S. parts.