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  • lstude
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    quote: There is a '62 wagon for sale at country classics in staughton illinois. It's been for sale there for ever. At least a couple of years anyways.
    Here is the one at Country Classics

    1962 STUDEBAKER lark wagon,rare,v8,auto,org unrestored,complete,interesting,runs good white 1,850.00






    Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/

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  • lstude
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    quote: There is a '62 wagon for sale at country classics in staughton illinois. It's been for sale there for ever. At least a couple of years anyways.
    Here is the one at Country Classics

    1962 STUDEBAKER lark wagon,rare,v8,auto,org unrestored,complete,interesting,runs good white 1,850.00






    Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/

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  • Randy_G
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    Not to toot my own horn but if you dont have a Studebaker buyers guide handy, you can always check out my site for production numbers of Studebaker 1960-1966. I am working on adding the first 50 years or so of Automobile production.

    Randy_G
    South Bend or Bust 2007!
    God I miss chrome on cars.
    www.AutomotiveHistoryOnline.com

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  • Randy_G
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    Not to toot my own horn but if you dont have a Studebaker buyers guide handy, you can always check out my site for production numbers of Studebaker 1960-1966. I am working on adding the first 50 years or so of Automobile production.

    Randy_G
    South Bend or Bust 2007!
    God I miss chrome on cars.
    www.AutomotiveHistoryOnline.com

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  • 63larkcustom
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    Thanks guys. My car came out of Orange County. A lot of money was spent redoing it about 15yrs ago. I have all the receipts for it. Someone obviously cared a great deal for it. I bought this one from Bill Oliver. The former owner gave up on it due to burnt points and it found its way to Bill's shop and then on to me.


    Bob Sporner
    Palm Springs, California

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  • 63larkcustom
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    Thanks guys. My car came out of Orange County. A lot of money was spent redoing it about 15yrs ago. I have all the receipts for it. Someone obviously cared a great deal for it. I bought this one from Bill Oliver. The former owner gave up on it due to burnt points and it found its way to Bill's shop and then on to me.


    Bob Sporner
    Palm Springs, California

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  • 63larkcustom
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    poor thing needs to be rescued. Bertha(my wagon) is in much better shape than that one. She's got some rust on the doors..but everything else seems to be fine. i have replacement doors for her.



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    Bob Sporner
    Palm Springs, California

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  • 63larkcustom
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    poor thing needs to be rescued. Bertha(my wagon) is in much better shape than that one. She's got some rust on the doors..but everything else seems to be fine. i have replacement doors for her.



    [img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m190/63larkcustom/cutter004.jpg
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    Bob Sporner
    Palm Springs, California

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  • Pckstude
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    There is a '62 wagon for sale at country classics in staughton illinois. It's been for sale there for ever. At least a couple of years anyways.

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  • Pckstude
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    There is a '62 wagon for sale at country classics in staughton illinois. It's been for sale there for ever. At least a couple of years anyways.

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  • 8E45E
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    [quote]Originally posted by lstude

    I wonder what happened to this one? [?]

    Seems to me that pic appeared on the back cover of a Turning Wheels around 1979 or '80.

    Craig

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  • 8E45E
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    [quote]Originally posted by lstude

    I wonder what happened to this one? [?]

    Seems to me that pic appeared on the back cover of a Turning Wheels around 1979 or '80.

    Craig

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  • arkiejazz
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    quote:Originally posted by Mr.Biggs

    Fred's coverage of the '62 Larks shows a total of 10,522 4-dr wagons that year. Curiously, he mentions that DETAILED production tallys for '62 & '63 weren't available at the time of his writing about 62s.
    They DO have totals for each body style, but no breakdown as per engine or trim level. He mentions that the only way to acquire such figures would be to laboriously go thru ALL the production records for 62 & 63. What Fred characterizes as a "tremendous task".[}]
    There's a really gorgeous 62 wagon that belongs to a couple in the Inland Empire Chapter - or at least it did about 10 years ago. I recall fawning over it when I happened upon it by chance one day.
    Then there's Bob - the 62 wagon I gave to arkiejazz a couple of years ago. Steve's been giving Bob a second lease on life as time and money permit.

    Miscreant adrift in
    the BerStuda Triangle


    1957 Transtar 1/2ton
    1960 Larkvertible V8
    1958 Provincial wagon
    1953 Commander coupe

    And Bob shall live again!! Ran into a bit of frame rot that I hadn't anticipated. I feel like it's repairable though[)]

    steve blake
    http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
    http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh

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  • arkiejazz
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    quote:Originally posted by Mr.Biggs

    Fred's coverage of the '62 Larks shows a total of 10,522 4-dr wagons that year. Curiously, he mentions that DETAILED production tallys for '62 & '63 weren't available at the time of his writing about 62s.
    They DO have totals for each body style, but no breakdown as per engine or trim level. He mentions that the only way to acquire such figures would be to laboriously go thru ALL the production records for 62 & 63. What Fred characterizes as a "tremendous task".[}]
    There's a really gorgeous 62 wagon that belongs to a couple in the Inland Empire Chapter - or at least it did about 10 years ago. I recall fawning over it when I happened upon it by chance one day.
    Then there's Bob - the 62 wagon I gave to arkiejazz a couple of years ago. Steve's been giving Bob a second lease on life as time and money permit.

    Miscreant adrift in
    the BerStuda Triangle


    1957 Transtar 1/2ton
    1960 Larkvertible V8
    1958 Provincial wagon
    1953 Commander coupe

    And Bob shall live again!! Ran into a bit of frame rot that I hadn't anticipated. I feel like it's repairable though[)]

    steve blake
    http://tinyurl.com/kr3gt
    http://tinyurl.com/l7oqh

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  • KGlowacky
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    Good to see that we have a surfer, a bob sleader and a outdoorsman in the crowd.

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