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  • 00RACER
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    Would anyone have a 1344929X10 lid in NOS or excellent condition in maroon or an nos or excellent condition in any other color to be dyed? This is in the 63-64 texture material.
    THANKS

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  • 00RACER
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    Would anyone have a 1344929X10 lid in NOS maroon?
    THANKS

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  • 41 Frank
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    I have a NOS one in the original box in our stock, the color you are looking for, but it does not have a lid. Why it does not have a lid I don't know.

    Originally posted by 00RACER View Post
    Still looking for 63-64 console

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  • 00RACER
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    Still looking for 63-64 console

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  • 00RACER
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    Yes nick, that is the color i am looking for
    thanks

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  • pdrnec
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    Not sure where this center console came from, but I had it re-covered with JP's kit and attached it with velcro strips on the bottom (hook side to grab the carpet)


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  • 61Lark
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    Is this the color that you are looking for?
    Nick

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  • scott.rodgers
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    The contact cement on the consoles is usually so dry that you can gently pull up the vinyl, grind down the necessary pieces and glue the vinyl back with no sign of the modification. I did this once to make a GT Hawk console fit into a Lark.

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  • 00RACER
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    Thanks to all for your response. The part number for the Lark is 1344937X10. The X10 is MAROON. Studebaker had a red in 62, which is a bright red, but the 63-64 is maroon. The part number for the 63-64 Hawk is 1344936X10. As you can see the part numbers are only one digit different.The difference in the console is the Hawk at the left rear has a 3/4" flat spot that can be ground into the raduis to be made like a Lark model. The front of a Hawk one has a small piece of fiberglass glued onto the bottom to raise it about 3/8", which also can be ground off to be a Lark model console.Hope this helps.

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  • candbstudebakers
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    I have saved a lot of them and never had a problem putting one onto another Lark to Hawk or Hawk to Lark, the material is different on the 62's.

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  • 289stude
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    Originally posted by T-CAB View Post
    Good Luck! They never made one!

    T-cab
    Your referring to the color???

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  • 61Lark
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    Originally posted by 00RACER View Post
    I am looking for a 63-64 Lark console for bucket seats, preferably NOS maroon. Would consider NOS or excellent condition in any color. Please send PM
    Can you post a picture that shows which color material you are looking for? I've got a real nice console, but it is more red than maroon.

    Nick

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  • DieselJim
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    We reshaped a Hawk console to fit in the 63 Daytona Clone R2. We used a die grinder and reshaped the rear a small amount. The front fit ok.

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  • Milaca
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    Studebaker International may possibly have some new. Does anyone know what is different between a GT Hawk and Lark center console? Is it just the bottom center hump contour? Could a GT Hawk center console be made to work in a Lark?

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  • T-CAB
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    Good Luck! They never made one!

    T-cab

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