The Packard Hawk, with a McCulloch centrifugal supercharger boosting its 289 cubic inch overhead valve V-8 to 275 horsepower at 4,800 rpm, represents the final act for one of America's great marques. Packard production ended at the end of 1958 with 588 of these high performance cars built. Based on the Studebaker Golden Hawk the Packard Hawk was distinguished by a unique fiberglass nose, padded "armrests" on the outside of the door windows, leather upholstery and full instrumentation including a tachometer and combined vacuum-supercharger boost gauge. Finished in red with caramel leather upholstery, this 1958 Packard Hawk is an older restoration that is still very nice. In addition to this standard Packard Hawk features it has an automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, hubcaps and wide whitewalls. The trunk is nicely detailed and comes with the appropriate jack. This is a thoughtfully maintained and carefully used older restoration that still looks good. Its rarity and significance in the history of Packard and the American automobile industry make it a particularly attractive addition to any collection and a car that will attract positive attention at shows and on tours.