I watched this Studebaker Golden Hawk sell the other day and it made me think back to when I could have bought one of those for not that much money. I had a chance to buy a 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk when my 30 year old son was a baby. I ran across that deal when I was delivering something in a truck, I don't remember what but I remember the car. It had a 289 engine and a 4-speed transmission. The Studebaker was in running condition but it had rust on it but what do you expect in central Iowa? They only were asking $100 for the Golden Hawk at the time but with a baby to support that $100 seemed like just too much to part with at the time. :'( It was a cool car but the 1977 Buick LeSabre that was my daily driver at the time made more sense to a family man. Anyhow, I videoed this one as it sold so you can watch it also but hopefully without all the heat and humidity.