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  • HOT ROD LARK

    DIG THIS:[8D]

  • #2
    I dig it! That is sweet!

    Dylan Wills
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    '61 lark deluxe 4 door wagon
    Dylan Wills
    Everett, Wa.


    1961 Lark 4 door wagon
    1961 Lark 4 door wagon #2 (Wife's car!)
    1955 VW Beetle (Went to the dark side)
    1914 Ford Model T

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    • #3
      OK - do a burnout!

      Chris Pile
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      • #4
        Looks so good it FEELS good[8D]

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        • #5
          At first glance one would think this picture was shot when the Lark was almost new until you see the Marlin in the background.

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          • #6
            I'd say maybe l966? If that is a Charger in the background.
            if it's a Marlin 65?
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            • #7
              quote:Originally posted by bezhawk

              I'd say maybe l966? If that is a Charger in the background.
              if it's a Marlin 65?
              A bigger screen makes all the difference in the world! In looking at it now I would agree that this is a '66 Charger as the Marlin had more of a rounded roof, taller front fenders and I can clearly see the "crease" down the side. Good eye!

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              • #8
                It's definitely a '66-'67 Charger. I owned two of the flatbacks several years back. Money pits of the deepest kind, but I will say the Mopar big blocks, 4-speed trannies and rears were bulletproof.




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                • #9
                  Cool pic, Love the Gasser Larks. [8D]

                  Gordon

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                  • #10
                    Im looking at the Stude and is the air scoop on the hood look like its fasten to the hood or carb? I just cant see any cut out of the hood.

                    Tom

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                    • #11
                      LOVE IT

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                      • #12
                        The scoop must be attached by some sort of pedestal to the hood. There does not appear to be a hole around the scoop.

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                        • #13
                          quote:Originally posted by Gunslinger

                          It's definitely a '66-'67 Charger. I owned two of the flatbacks several years back. Money pits of the deepest kind, but I will say the Mopar big blocks, 4-speed trannies and rears were bulletproof.



                          I have experience with a 1966 Charger that I ordered new. In nine years and 150K miles, the only repair (non-wear like tires) was a new water pump ($9) at 99K miles because the original was starting to seep. I saw the car a couple of owners later and the guy said that it ran gret for 80K miles (it had at least 180K miles then). I lost track of the car after that.


                          Gary L.
                          Wappinger, NY

                          SDC member since 1968
                          Studebaker enthusiast much longer
                          Gary L.
                          Wappinger, NY

                          SDC member since 1968
                          Studebaker enthusiast much longer

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                          • #14
                            Love it! At first I thought it was some a later pic of the Flintstone Flyer II. After looking at some pics, I'm not sure.

                            Orlando FLA
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