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    Hey Bob, I joined the International Club and...

    Hey Bob,

    I joined the International Club and my local club because I purchased my first Studebaker (59 Lark) in February/March of this year. Being new to Studebaker's and it being my first classic...
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    Thanks for sharing! Is there a way to see a...

    Thanks for sharing! Is there a way to see a larger version of these image attachments? I can't read it in the current size.
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    Thanks Ed! I'll send photos of how far I've...

    Thanks Ed! I'll send photos of how far I've gotten with removing the upholstery later today, and if you have suggestions on how to remove the rest, that'd be great.
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    Thanks! I started taking apart the seat coverings...

    Thanks! I started taking apart the seat coverings but really don't want to tear anything, so I stopped after getting the bottom staple-style brackets off and the back insert cover slidden out. It...
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    1959 Lark Seat Hinge Broke - Now what?

    For a lighterweight guy (155 lbs), somehow I managed to break the front driver seat metal hinge that's welded to the seat frame? I was just about to start my car when it snapped and the seat fell...
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    Dean, that is one beautiful Triumph! Absolutely...

    Dean, that is one beautiful Triumph! Absolutely gorgeous! Kudos to you. I'd love to have seen the BSA you'd just sold, too. How much did you end up letting it go for? Given your knowledge of both...
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    Congrats! Looks beautiful.

    Congrats! Looks beautiful.
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    Let's see the rest!

    Let's see the rest!
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    I'm glad this thread got bumped up, I'd not seen...

    I'm glad this thread got bumped up, I'd not seen it yet. There's so many amazing photos! Has anyone discussed the idea of collecting all these into a hardcover book? I'd be happy to participate in...
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    Thanks Wayne, I tried looking on the SI site, but...

    Thanks Wayne, I tried looking on the SI site, but no luck. I sent Jim an email too, we'll see what he comes back with.
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    Thanks Bill! I agree, I still consider it a great...

    Thanks Bill! I agree, I still consider it a great bargain. The gentleman I bought it from is a fantastic guy. He's followed up with me weeks after I bought it to let me know he's found even more...
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    Thanks Dean! I think you're right about the...

    Thanks Dean! I think you're right about the generation gap not having the older cars as their first. The oldest card I had prior to this was an '84 BMW, and I was 18 at the time - and it general...
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    1959 Lark Steering Wheel

    Does anyone have a lead on a '59 Lark steering wheel in black or red that's in good condition/no cracks? A decent reproduction would be just fine too, just haven't found any yet.

    Thanks kindly!
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    I sure will! Thanks again.

    I sure will! Thanks again.
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    I may be an exception, or perhaps just hair past...

    I may be an exception, or perhaps just hair past what some might consider the "current generation", but having just bought my first Studebaker last month at the age of 37 years old, I hope I can...
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    Thanks very much, Ed!

    Thanks very much, Ed!
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    Thanks Mark! I've identified the area to check...

    Thanks Mark! I've identified the area to check the levels under the interior cover mentioned. I've also passed on all my info for the Lark Registry, and I believe I'm #28.

    I'll happily post some...
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    Thanks for the tips! Great to know about part...

    Thanks for the tips! Great to know about part numbers being even and odd according to side.
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    I have no doubt Chuck is the authority on Stude...

    I have no doubt Chuck is the authority on Stude mechanical work in the area, just figured I'd see if there were others as well. I'll have to jump into his queue of Stude owners needing work.
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    I would buy one at that price! Could you relay the contact info for Bill or the original vendor? I'd be happy to order one.
  21. That is amazing! If you happen to find out whose...

    That is amazing! If you happen to find out whose reproducing those, please share the info. I'd love one, too. Great find from your friend.
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    Recommended NW Studebaker Mechanics

    Would anyone have a recommendation on reliable Stude-friendly mechanics in the NW? Ideally in or near Portland, OR. I've tried finding them through the Resources link, but am not seeing any. One of...
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    Thanks for the great instructions, Rich! I...

    Thanks for the great instructions, Rich! I appreciate it and will adhere to 'em.
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    These charts are really helpful. Thank you! I...

    These charts are really helpful. Thank you!

    I was also able to find the transmission fluid dipstick under the interior panel that 62champ mentioned. I'd never had suspected that's where it'd be,...
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    62champ - Do you still have the red and black steering wheel for the Lark? And if so, would you be interested in selling it? My original black wheel is cracking.
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