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  • Here's my latest:

    And here's my favorite:

    And here's a rare Package R2 Daytona 4 speed car I wish I could have afforded to keep:



    • Here's my 1959 Lark. The Deceptive Lark drag race car. 259 with Wiend 2X2 manifold, Howards Cam, built by me. That's my little brother standing next to the car. Picture was taken the Summer of 1971. Bill and I raced the car at Lions Drag Strip every weekend but one that Summer. Held the track record a couple fo times that Summer. Swapped the record back and forth with an Olds. Ran 14 flat at 100.
      Last edited by SilverHawkDan; 03-15-2013, 09:01 PM. Reason: Spelling


      • Originally posted by Bob Andrews View Post
        I like the Larkamino. I might have done the edge of the bed a little differently, but otherwise, I like it!!
        Prior to this post, 2 continental kits on a Lark? That isn't something Studebaker offered, was it? Is is something that is still available?


        • Das Awkscht Fest - 2011


          • Gettysburg - 2011


            • Strausstown, PA - 2010


              • Both r3 engines
                Attached Files


                • Heres one out of Georgia that I fell in love with at southbend 2012 .
                  Attached Files
                  Randy Wilkin
                  1946 M5 Streetrod
                  Hillsboro,Ohio 45133


                  • I could not beleve ,That is my 60 LARK on post #92.I Got last Sept. have been working on it most of the winter hope to show it In South Bend in May.


                    • My Lark during purchase in 2003. With 29,960 miles.

                      Now with new paint but still not all back together. 34,000 miles.


                      • My late, lamented '60 VI!

                        Brian DeFrancesco, 52, of Clawson, shows his 1960 Studebaker Lark VI in Royal Oak, Thursday, August 11, 2011. KATHLEEN GALLIGAN/Detroit Free Press by briandefran, on Flickr
                        Last edited by drpreposterous; 08-20-2016, 05:32 PM.


                        • Very nice '60 Lark, is it really dead or just sold?
                          There is a very nice White one just like it on ebay right now!


                          I know nothing about it other than it looks really clean and nice and it is not A Regal Like yours, just a Deluxe with a Regal Dash and Deluxe Horn Ring.
                          Second Generation Stude Driver,
                          Proud '54 Starliner Owner


                          • Ya, it's not dead, Rich. Just (stupidly, stupidly) sold. I NEED another one!


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                              Last edited by hot rod scott; 07-06-2014, 06:41 PM.


                              • Love your trailer hitch rack...complete with wheelie casters!


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