January 9, 2006
CGS Donates Original Hawk Prototype to Sun ’n Fun Museum
The original CGS Hawk prototype, which made its public debut at the 1982 Sun *’n Fun Fly-in in Lakeland, Florida, will permanently reside where it all started, the company announced. Designer (and still company president) Chuck Slusarczyk announced that he’s donated to the Sun *’n Fun Museum.
When the Hawk was introduced, it caused a huge flurry of interest and initiated a bit of controversy as well. In an era when foot launching, open seating and…
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