1956 Studebaker Golden Hawk, 352 automatic, this car is UNRESTORED, looks like no wrecks and no bondo, looks like original paint and interior, with 69K miles, if your a Classic car person or especially a Studebaker collector you know what finding a 56 Golden Hawk unrestored in this condition is like ..... this is basically a "Unicorn". Google says there are only 250 of these left and none in this unrestored condition (see picture). The story behind this car is that it was in a collection of about 25 Studebakers, the owner passed away and left this Golden Hawk in his estate for his daugther. She drove it a couple of times and then it set in her garage, up on a lift, for about the next 20 years. (The collector started to repaint a few panels which he removed the paint down to the factory primer, that's why a few panels of the white paint has primer.)
Since getting it and cleaning the dust off it has had basically all of the mechanicals gone through ..... fuel system, brake system, fluids and lights, etc. Basically anything that was able to be rebuilt was rebuilt and anything else that was needed to get it back on the road was bought new. This is one solid vehicle top to bottom for being almost 70 years old, it still has most of its factory undercoating also. The purchase will also include a trunk full of spare and extra parts, including shop manual and owners manual (see picture). I also have a walk around video of it running on facebook marketplace. I honestly am not sure whether it should be restored or left alone, but it is at a point now for the next owner to make that decision.
I can go through all the parts we refurbed or bought new to get it back on the road or try and answer any other questions you may have, but I don't know any more history of the car besides what I have already stated earlier.
Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan.
**We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment