Why Has No One Heard of the Studebaker GT Hawk?

author Jake Kaywell   3 мес. назад

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DISCLAIMER: This is my first attempt at a YouTube video. Please don't flame me too hard.

Anyway, this GT Hawk is something rather special for obvious reasons. That is why I thought that she deserved her own YouTube video. I hope all of you enjoy!

Also, if any of you would be as so kind as to check out my Patreon, that would be much appreciated. You won't regret it!
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