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  • #46
    There you go Bill, your old photographer's car, alive and well away from all that P.A snow!

    Brian Greenall
    Melbourne, OZ
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    • #47
      Heres a shot of my 1962..
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      • #48
        Keep them coming guys!
        I just got a wheel on mine.
        17x7 with a 4" backspace and 215/55/17 tire.
        Barely fits the rear but it fits!
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        • #49
          Wow, I thought I was the only one! The early Lark design is so endearing but I also dislike the stainless trim on the '61 but dig the "eyebrow" treatment. I realize it was done to update the look of the design but what were they thinking? I've thought about trying to utilize the "eyebrow" on my 59 but hate to take away from it's original design. I also am not a fan of the Chevy Corvair type double headlight bezels which were a fashionable option in '61 although it appears most people did pony up for that option.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Bradford View Post
            I thoroughly enjoy seeing pictures of other people's Larks and getting ideas from them on how I want mine to look.
            I'll post a few of my more favorite Larks (not mine)
            I own a 61 Lark VIII 2 door sedan that I am looking to restore/modify.
            I will keep it all Studebaker but with some modern touches.
            This may not be what you had in mind, but these pictures of my first Studebaker and first new car was taken in September, 1962 when I had just completed a 1500-mile trip from Rhode Island to Kansas with my wife and new baby son. I made a bed of the passenger side recliner, drove to the hospital, picked up the new family and hit the road on a Friday afternoon arriving at the destination Sunday afternoon.
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            Paul Johnson, Wild and Wonderful West Virginia.
            '64 Daytona Wagonaire, '64 Avanti R-1, Museum R-4 engine, '72 Gravely Model 430 with Onan engine

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            • #51
              More pics to follow
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              • #52
                Oh good, I get to post some photos of my Lark. The Little Old Lady, from St. Petersburg FL.

                If interested, here is some history, posted back in 2013.
                http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...a-1960-Lark-VI

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                Love the proportions, in the front overhang.
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                Bob Munter's shop is the best. I like to travel from Atlanta to his shop every couple of years. He goes over the car and keeps it in tip-top shape.
                My Wife & I make a vacation out of it. Great bunch of guys.
                W.C.D. Garage , 44 West Main St Northborough, MA
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                Always fun to see what other Studes are in the shop, or getting restoration services.



                Keeping Studes Alive....
                Stude-Preferred

                Ken Jones
                Atlanta, GA
                Last edited by Stude-Preferred; 10-04-2015, 07:09 PM. Reason: pics did not post

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                • #53
                  Here's my retirement project.
                  My 60 Lark, 2dr. wagon with a documented 23+ thousand miles on it.
                  C4 Vette front suspension, Ford 9" in the back with a 4 link suspension. A 383 Chevy, and a Turbo 200-4R with a trans. brake. And despite having skinny front tires on it now, a full 9' wide wheel/tire (like the original Vette wheel's offset) will fit without hitting anything.
                  Have lots'a floor work left to do, finish the inner fender wells and put it together. Still has the original paint on it.
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                  Last edited by Mike Van Veghten; 10-04-2015, 08:35 PM.

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                  • #54
                    My 64 Commander
                    101st Airborne Div. 326 Engineers Ft Campbell Ky.

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                    • #55
                      Such a nice driver
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                      Walter

                      80 Fiat Spider
                      63 Lark Regal 4 Dr. sold 2015
                      60 Hawk sold 2017 in England
                      56 Golden Hawk
                      56 Corvette (John Cougar Mellencamp's C1)
                      68 Volvo P1800S
                      56 Jaguar XK 140 DHC

                      http://www.speak-to-doc.de/oldi/

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                      • #56
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                        This is 'The Bullfrog' A 1961 Lark Cruiser, 259ci 3 speed auto with 1st gear take off. 4 barrel carb and dual exhaust. It belongs to my son Michael. we restored it together when he was 16 and he learned to drive in it. He has owned it for 18 years now.
                        Dave Pink
                        Victoria, Australia

                        1916 SF Roadster
                        1925 ER Tourer
                        1925 Panel Delivery
                        1953 Champion Sedan
                        1957 Golden Hawk
                        1971 Avanti II


                        Studebaker Car Club Of Australia Website
                        http://www.studebakercarclub.net

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                        • #57
                          The black 62 is my 16 year old daughters car, the 1962 conv. was my Dads (sold it), the black 1959 was my late grandparents car, and the purple 1959 is my 1st car. I've had it since I was 14 (44 next week) the 1963 was my other late grandparents lark.
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                          • #58
                            One for the road.

                            Last edited by SScopelli; 10-05-2015, 11:38 PM.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by Stude-Preferred View Post
                              Oh good, I get to post some photos of my Lark. The Little Old Lady, from St. Petersburg FL.

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                              If Studebaker offered a 'Standard' trim level in 1960, this would be it!

                              Craig

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                              • #60
                                Here is my 61',
                                Two tone, removed ALL trim. Very happy with the final job, just took me a long time to wet sand it to where I was happy! Just thought of this, the light blue in this photo looks white but its far from white. The sun and camera washed out the light blue.

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