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  • Clock Identification

    Hello,

    I noticed in the past few weeks there has been some confusion with what clock goes where. Because of this I have compiled clocks in my own collection with some of the members pictures as well to help in this confusion.

    Please note: I am in no way saying that I am the ultimate authority on these clocks. I am just trying to help out fellow board members. So if I happen to be off on a few please don't hesitate to correct me in a polite manner. With that said lets try to work some stuff out!




    Upper Left-Hand Corner: This is the clock for 1959 Lark models. It
    is characterized by the "silver center."

    Top Center: This was in an earlier post in which this was
    identified as a 1960 time piece. The only major
    difference from 1959 is the presence of a "gold center."

    Upper Right-Hand Corner: The clock on the left (with the white face)
    is said to go on the lower end 1962 models
    whereas the one on the right (with the
    black face) is said to go on the upper end
    models (Regal/Daytona). This one was the
    most confusing to me as I originally had
    the White faced one in my 1961 Lark. I
    would later find out that there are slight
    differences between this one and the "real"
    1961 Lark clock.

    Lower Left-Hand Corner: The clock on the left is the "real" clock
    for the 1961 Lark models. The only major
    differences with this one and the 1962 white
    face one (right) is the presence of
    the "grey ring" and the fact that the center
    is galvinized. On the 1961 clock the center
    has more of a polished chrome finish.

    Bottom Center: The black face clock to the left in this picture came
    out of a 1956 President. I am assuming that the other
    gages were black to match. The one on the left (white
    face) goes to 1957 Studebaker models. Once again I am
    assuming that this clock was also in the 1958 models
    as I have never seen a 1958 clock before.

    I believe that about covers it as I have probably made this too long already. I would like to close by saying that these clocks can fit in pretty much any Studebaker Model (minus Packarbakers, Hawks, Avantis?) from 1956 to 1962. It is deciding whether you wish it to be "correct" for that year.



    1947 Studebaker M-5
    1946 Studebaker M-5
    1948 Studebaker Land Cruiser
    1961 Studebaker Lark 4-dr. Sedan
    1951 Studebaker Land Cruiser

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    Yes on the Gold center on '60 Lark Regal Speedo and Instr. Cluster.
    Silver on '60 Lark Deluxe, and Champ used same.
    '59 Lark is Silver center on all models. The Speedometer glass has the markings for speed and '59 has 1 MPH increments and Red marks on the 5's and 10's. So a Deluxe Silver '60 with only white 5 mph marks, does not match any '59, different part number.

    quote:Originally posted by barnlark

    I'm still trying to sort out the '59-'60 Deluxe (J code-silver plate finish?) versus Regal (V code-gold plate finish?) for the gauges and clocks. There is not a part number to distinguish those two colors in each year for trim upgrade, but there is a part number change from '59 to '60. Both years had Deluxe and Regal models. Does anyone out there have an original '59 Regal hardtop,etc., with light gold gauges to confirm if those exist? Or..have a Deluxe '60 Lark of any kind have silver gauges instead of gold ones? Were original Champ/T-cabs silver centered gauges only, also? Thanks for any help. Obviously trying to guess at some of this.
    StudeRich
    Studebakers Northwest
    Ferndale, WA
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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    • #3
      Yes on the Gold center on '60 Lark Regal Speedo and Instr. Cluster.
      Silver on '60 Lark Deluxe, and Champ used same.
      '59 Lark is Silver center on all models. The Speedometer glass has the markings for speed and '59 has 1 MPH increments and Red marks on the 5's and 10's. So a Deluxe Silver '60 with only white 5 mph marks, does not match any '59, different part number.

      quote:Originally posted by barnlark

      I'm still trying to sort out the '59-'60 Deluxe (J code-silver plate finish?) versus Regal (V code-gold plate finish?) for the gauges and clocks. There is not a part number to distinguish those two colors in each year for trim upgrade, but there is a part number change from '59 to '60. Both years had Deluxe and Regal models. Does anyone out there have an original '59 Regal hardtop,etc., with light gold gauges to confirm if those exist? Or..have a Deluxe '60 Lark of any kind have silver gauges instead of gold ones? Were original Champ/T-cabs silver centered gauges only, also? Thanks for any help. Obviously trying to guess at some of this.
      StudeRich
      Studebakers Northwest
      Ferndale, WA
      StudeRich
      Second Generation Stude Driver,
      Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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