Excaliburs were the proud product of the mind of Brooks Stevens. Stevens, an industrial designer, wanted to create an affordable American sports car. His first design, the Excalibur J, was a two-seat sports car, built on a Henry J chassis, using a modified Willys F-head motor. Three examples were built and raced in 1952. In 1961, Stevens designed and built the Excalibur Hawk Coupe. Based on a Studebaker Hawk chassis, but using a Corvette engine and custom aluminum coachwork. The spyder version was never built.
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