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  • Wagon specs comparison chart for 1962

    This is from Consumer Bulletin magazine, July 1962. Thought some might find the comparisons to the Lark wagon interesting:

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    Hopefully you can expand it enough to read
    Last edited by Bob Andrews; 01-29-2011, 04:51 PM.
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    '62 Lark Wagons Cargo Space

    Interesting, the Lark comes up about 3.5 Inches short of most other Compacts in total seat down Cargo Length, but matches the best: Falcon/Comet on Max. Cargo Width, and is a little narrow between the wheelwells on Min. Cargo Width.
    bottom Line: Total Average Cubic Ft. of Cargo space, Lark is 74.0 C.F. better than Valiant/Lancer, Corvair, Tempest, Special, F-85 and way better than Rambler American.

    I think it was a little unfair to toss the AMC Rambler Classic and Ambassidor in with the true Compacts, because of the large Size, and Price differences.
    StudeRich
    Second Generation Stude Driver,
    Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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