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  • 1badstude
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    I don't know how to post pics.

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  • StudeRich
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    Maroon semi-transparent Lacquer was the ONLY Color used on '60 Lark Emblems.
    The '59 Larks had had a Hawk with Black Paint on the Lower Left side of the Grille.

    (Left of a Car is always from the Drivers Seat, with L/H or R/H Drive).

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  • 62champ
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    Originally posted by 1oldtimer View Post
    '60 wagon. Question, what is the correct color for a '60 grill emblem?. I bought a NOS red one, but I've looked at pics of others and they have black also.

    The red is correct, but it is a real translucent red - not very dark at all.

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  • 1oldtimer
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    '60 wagon. Question, what is the correct color for a '60 grill emblem?. I bought a NOS red one, but I've looked at pics of others and they have black also.

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    My 61 Lark. Excited to get to work on it. I love the body styling of these Cars.

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ID:	1708507 My "Lark Type" Wagonaire, recently back from the dead. I have owned two 1962 Larks, a Regal 4 door, and a Daytona convertible, and a 1963 Daytona Wagonaire. And of course my Dad's last new Studebaker a 1964 Commander. All were great cars! "Love That Lark"

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  • daytonadave
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    I influenced my Army Buddy at Ft Campbell, KY so much that I got him to buy a 1964 Challenger, 259, 3-speed with OD from George Krem in 1973. We put on new fenders, Cragars and he drove it home to Minneapolis. Last week I told him that his Challenger was one of 274 manufactured in 64.
    After I got out of the Army I found a 1964 Challenger, 6 cyl, 3 speed manual for my younger brother.
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  • daytonadave
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    A couple of Lark Convertibles from the Denver area yrs ago.
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  • daytonadave
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    I moved from Kansas to Colorado and found another Daytona. I never saw so many car lots in one city as Denver had. I found it tucked away on south Broadway. Another Red one, 1964, 4 speed, power disc brakes, 259, bucket seats and it had a Black vinyl roof. It looked Factory installed. It made the Daytona look sharp. I know now it was not original. It was all restored and waiting for me. It was $1500 in September 1980. I had to take a second job to pay for it because I had just bought a 1981 4 cyl Mustang (what a dog). I like Cragar Mags on my Daytona's. I got married in July,85, went on strike at work in Nov,85 and was laid off for 1.5 yrs. I sold the Daytona to a guy from WY who bought it for his 16 yr old Son. I would love to find another 4 speed Red Daytona, bucket seats-who has one?
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  • daytonadave
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    My Dad found a 1962 Daytona, 4 speed, 3.31 TT, bucket seats in 1967 and bought it for ($300) me to drive to high school. 1970, I joined SDC and am a Charter Member of the Midway Chapter of Hutchinson/Wichita. In the Army 1971-73, I used Newman/Altman catalog to rebuild my Lark. I had it painted by a fellow Army Buddy at Ft Campbell, KY paint shop. I rebuilt the motor with new crank, pistons, rings, Isky Cam ST-5 kit, Hurst shifter and Sun Tach. It was a fun car. I sold it to a fellow SDC in 1974. I met him later in 1981 and he said the car drowned in a flood.
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  • StudeRich
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    Reflectors, maybe they did not know the Tail Lights already have them!

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  • dele-ted
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    Thank you. I think in the picture here is some things you don't normally see. These were required here in the past, not anymore but are still on the car.

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  • Scott
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    Terve! Sinun Studebakerisi on hauska (hauskaa?).

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  • LeoH
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    Interesting. Thank you. I like my 1960 Lark a lot, I guess.

    Very nice, dele-ted.

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