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  • selling my 1963 R2 lark

    from a barn to mine ,and I have done nothing to it, Nice solid for restoration, good body ,all pieces there,Thiebault, Rebuilt Carb, S/C rebuilt never installed, 63V15338, engine JTS1399 ,2dr sedan, 4 speed, disk, tach,regal red must be sold with Bill of sale currently. Email me at JTlark63@yahoo preferably, or text 309-212-1963, I work 2 nd shift will get back to you as quick as possible , no pics yet but coming, many things going on at the moment. wanting $7000 and allowing $300 off because of title snafu! so asking $6700 Thanks

  • #2
    just to add to my previous listing which was done quickly, I am in the process of getting pictures to post,will be as quick as possible, but next week my wife is going into U of Iowa to have a brain aneurism treated, so this does take top priority. Please keep us in your prayers


    • #3
      Prayers for both you and your wife. I hope all goes well for her.


      • #4
        Prayers are on the way!!
        1957 Studebaker Champion 2 door. Staten Island, New York.

        "Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think." -Albert Einstein


        • #5
          To: lark63,--- Good description of the Lark. Should sell quickly at that price. Rare model. Very best wishes for Your Wife.


          • #6
            Just said a prayer for your wife. Hope everything goes well.


            • #7
              Hello Bruce, I sent you a PM.
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