1958 Packard Golden Hawk Sport TT
After the 1957 assimilation of Packard into Studebaker, he Packard-badged version of the Hawk was revised for 1958 with Dick Teague-designed bodywork and a McCulloch-supercharged 289/275 HP V-8, iving it a top speed of 125 MPH. It was the fastest car ever to wear a Packard nameplate and the last. One of only 558 built before Packard`s demise, his 1958 Packard Hawk Sport Hardtop was the subject of a professional restoration completed in February 2015 by Tii Restorations, nc. in Huntsville, ennessee. This is a first-rate matching-numbers example finished in gorgeous deep Black with a factory-correct Tan leather bucket-seat interior complete with striking engine turned dash trim. The hawk`s formidable driveline constitutes the rebuilt supercharged, ual-exhaust 289 CI engine backed by an excellent Borg Warner Flightomatic automatic transmission and Packard-sourced Twin Traction limited slip differential. Optioned with power steering and brakes, ower windows and driver`s sea and deluxe radio with twin antennas, his premier example of The Last Packard also features rechromed bumpers and restored trim, new windshield and emblems, win side mirrors, ew chromed wire wheels and wide Whitewall tires. It shows a believed-accurate 25,163 miles and comes complete with the original jack and tools.