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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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Just because the sign out front says it’s a Nash show, doesn’t mean they’re all Nashes. At last summer’s event in Batavia, there in the last row was this nice 1956 Studebaker Power Hawk, which was the V-8-powered Hawk coupe — the six was called the Flight Hawk; V-8-powered pillarless hardtops were the tail-finned Golden Hawk, and the finless Sky Hawk. These were still the basic 1953 body-shell, which would continue to be used on the compact Larks right up until Studebaker quit building cars in 1966.

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know

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