Specializing primarily in medium-quality small-scale aircraft and military vehicles, Hawk nonetheless found itself caught up in the monster/hot rod/comics craze of the early 60s, and responded by producing some of the more outrageous incarnations of the underground spirit of the day. These kits disgusted parents, and horrified "family advocacy organizations", and rightly so, as they were wonderfully irreverent and bold, fueled by the fire of countercultures they were at once both lauding and lampooning.
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The WEIRD-OHS Kits

From the filthy freaked-out mind of a fang-bitten madman, pounding away in the corner of some ghoulish garage near the ninth circle of Hell, come these charming creatures. Huey, Davey, Louie...they're all here. "Yikes!"

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The SILLY SURFERS Kits

Hang ten with the goofiest gremmies every to wax a stick. We've got Woodie, Hot Dogger, and Hodad all making the scene while Beach Bunny catches some rays. Hey dudes, she is the scenery!

The FRANTICS Kits

This Fab Five features Banana on skins, the Steel Pluckers on rhythm and backing vocals, and Totally Fab out front, makin' the ladies swoon and the Frantic Cats jive. "That sure is some groovy scratchin', kitten."