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  • unclemiltie
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    thanks all

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  • showbizkid
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    Originally posted by qsanford View Post
    I have heard that the 1963 Standards used 1961 bumpers.
    I don't think so - part book shows the same number for all '63 Lark-types.

    Here's my Standard:



    Here are the numbers from the Chassis book:

    1547121W - 59S, 59V, 60S, 60V - W,F,D,Y,J,L,P
    1550725W - 61S, 61V - W,F,D,Y,J,L,P
    1555170W - 62S, 62V, 63S, 63V - All except K, no bumper extensions
    1555171W - 62S, 62V, 63S, 63V - F,J,L,P,Y1-Y6, with bumper extensions
    Last edited by showbizkid; 02-13-2013, 09:58 AM. Reason: goof-up

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  • qsanford
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    The 1961 Larks received a dip in the bumper also. I have heard that the 1963 Standards used 1961 bumpers.

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  • LarkTruck
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    Milt, 59-60 Lark non station wagon rear bumpers had no license plate holes, front ones did have them. 59-60 station wagon rears had license plate AND license guard holes.
    Jim

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  • mbstude
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    62-63 bumpers had a dip to shape around the bottom of the grille.

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  • unclemiltie
    started a topic 1959-63 Lark Bumpers

    1959-63 Lark Bumpers

    I know they used different parts numbers for the bumpers for these. I think there was one number for 1959-60, a second for 1961 and a third for 1962-63. Does anyone remember what the real differences are? I thought one difference was that 1959-60 did not have the license plate holes in the front bumper. I know they are all the same length and width and have the same general shape. My 61 Lark did not come with guards and the dealer installed the 62-66 style guards on it and I actually think they look better than the 59-61 style. This helps confirm the shapes are the same. Thanks
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