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    Michael, who transported the Cruiser that I bought from Jim Ferner has found this Lark in a barn (shed) in N.Ga. Tenn area & is looking for interest - the farms owner is looking at $1200 which I think is WAY too much.

    Any interest, what model is this?

    Louis Moore






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    Louis, your pictures are so tiny that my old eyes can't tell much more than it's a '59 to '61 four-door Lark. Not a particularly valuable or desirable model. Are the tail lights intact? They're either really dirty or broken in the pictures. What condition is the interior in? Does it run? If both are good and yes, then mayyyybe on the 1200. V8 or six? Is it automatic or manual, if manual is it an overdrive tranny? Otherwise, all the car is worth is (obviously what someone will pay) a few hundred dollars. Five maybe six at most IMHO. Would it be possible to see those pictures expanded a bit? Actually, quite a bit, please?


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    • #3
      I zoomed in on the pix... it's definitely a six.


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      • #4
        And no taillights.Steve
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        • #5
          Unless the inside of that car is a lot better than what we can see, I would be surprised if he got more than $300.00 or so. I suppose if it was unusually solid it might bring more, but I doubt it.


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