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  • #61
    r1lark - Paul, I'm all for "dog friendly" Studebakers, but this isn't one of them. Cooper hasn't ridden in the Lark, and likely won't. He weighs in at 85 pounds and wouldn't have enough room to move around in the back seat. Plus I'd never be able to get all of the hair out of the upholstery.

    My late Schnauzer, Heidi, probably rode more miles in this car than any other Studebaker, though. This was 7 or 8 years ago.

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    Last edited by mbstude; 09-28-2021, 08:04 AM.

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    • studegary
      studegary commented
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      When I used to carry Bear, my Leonberger, I would take the back seat bottom cushion out and he would sit the floor. His head was then even with the side windows and people going by thought that he was on the seat.

  • #62
    I decided I do like the car with bumper guards. The more chrome, the better.

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    • #63
      Looks good on the back, but too bad you put them in the wrong place on the Front: .

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      StudeRich
      Second Generation Stude Driver,
      Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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      • #64
        Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
        Looks good on the back, but too bad you put them in the wrong place on the Front: .
        I put ‘em where the owner wanted ‘em.

        Also, it matches the Wagonaire I sold for Stephen a couple of years ago. Was an unrestored car with a documented 5,600 actual miles.

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        • #65
          "I put ‘em where the owner wanted ‘em."

          Good one Matt!

          The Installation Instructions for AC-3516 says to mount them Inboard on '62 to '65's and Outboard on '66.

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          I know it doesn't matter on the "Custom Skytop" because of the "owners" request above. But, for the record, that Nice very original Wagonaire and your's are not "Correct".
          Last edited by StudeRich; 10-04-2021, 06:39 PM.
          StudeRich
          Second Generation Stude Driver,
          Proud '54 Starliner Owner

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          • #66
            Originally posted by mbstude View Post
            I put ‘em where the owner wanted ‘em.
            How DARE you??

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              • #68
                Sunny with high temps in the 70's this week. I should've cut a hole in the roof of a Stude a long time ago.

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                • #69
                  Nice day for a nice cruise in a nice 63 Lark.

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                  • #70
                    Originally posted by StudeRich View Post
                    "I put ‘em where the owner wanted ‘em."

                    The Installation Instructions for AC-3516 says to mount them Inboard on '62 to '65's and Outboard on '66.
                    I remember that from not long ago: https://forum.studebakerdriversclub....lections/page4

                    The NEXT owner can place them as per the instruction sheet.

                    Craig

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                    • #71
                      So is it a sunroof or a moonroof?

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                      • #72
                        [QUOTE=mbstude So is it a sunroof or a moonroof?

                        Guess it depends if it's daytime or nightime ?



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                        • #73
                          [QUOTE=mbstude;n1916821]So is it a sunroof or a moonroof?


                          I believe that if is opaque, as yours in, it is a moon roof. If it is transparent or translucent, it is a sun roof.
                          Gary L.
                          Wappinger, NY

                          SDC member since 1968
                          Studebaker enthusiast much longer

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                          • #74
                            Opaque means NO light can come through (i.e., a solid roof). Translucent means some light is transmitted through (i.e., tinted). Transparent means all the light comes through (no tint). I once had a Pontiac Fiero with what I thought at the time was a moonroof. It was a simple device. It could be tilted up to let in air or closed - that's it. It was tinted (translucent).

                            I think sunroofs are those that can be retracted back into the roof so the rectangular hole is open. By that definition Studebaker's sunroof should be called a sunroof.
                            -Dwight

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                            • #75
                              Is there an interior picture of the roof closed? Just curious to what the headliner and roof looks like in the closed position.

                              Thanks

                              Mark

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