The Studebaker Daytona, introduced in 1964, was a Brooks Stevens restyled version of the previous generation Lark and lasted until the lights went off at the Studebaker factories in 1966. Anyway, the Lark badges were left off the post ’64 cars and you could get a Challenger, Commander, Daytona and Cruiser version depending on level of equipment and options. Find this 1964 Studebaker Daytona offered for $7,500 in Minneapolis, MN via spaceface trashbook. Tip from John W.
From the seller:
1964 Studebaker daytona (offers considered)
Listed a day ago in Minneapolis, MN
About This Vehicle
Driven 61,000 miles
Exterior color: Blue · Interior color: Blue
Fuel type: Gasoline
Very good condition
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.
259 V8 2 bbl carb
Factory AC (Belt removed by previous owner, not tested).
Newer Tiger Paw white wall tires (205-75R15 4-5 years old)
Fresh Brakes (driven less than 1000 miles)
New fuel pump
Repainted, at least 25+ years ago.
Runs/drives great. Lights, horn, wipers, heat, all work. Radio does not, under-hood insulation removed by previous owner (see pic). Approx. 5000 of these cars were made, pretty rare find in this condition for its age.
I am listing this for the current owner, Car is located in Robinsdale MN (always garaged), viewing by appt. (weekends/evenings), payment by Cash or Bank Check at your Bank at time of purchase.
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