If you were to compare automotive makers to soda companies you might be tempted to compare the legendary Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company the something like Snapple. But if Coke is GM and Pepsi is Ford, then Snapple is Dodge…so you’ve got to dig deeper because Studebaker is closer in rarity to Reed’s Ginger Brew. Find this 1963 Studebaker Lark Convertible offered for $16,000 in Wenatchee, WA via craigslist. Tip from JB1025.
Free car! Who can argue with that? Not this guy, or anyone else who has an ounce of adventure and optimism running through their oil-soaked veins. It’s not often we find a car that someone wants taken off their hands for a song, yet also cool enough to feature. This little Lark is one of […]
Check out this 1959 Studebaker Lark 4-Door here on eBay bidding for $2,900 with auction ending Wednesday at 4:42AM PST. From eBay listing: Item specifics Condition: Used Year: 1959 Mileage: 50,200 Interior Color: Burgundy Make: Studebaker Number of Cylinders: 6 Model: lark Transmission: Manual Trim: 4 door Body Type: Sedan Engine: flat head 6 cylinder […]
The Studebaker Lark was a compact family car built from 1959 through 1966, and assembled at Studebaker’s South Bend, Indiana manufacturing plant. The numerical designation (VI or VIII) on the side of a Lark doesn’t refer to model generation as is typical of similar era cars, it actually designates the number of engine cylinders (I6 […]
The Lark was launched in 1959 by what was then known as the Studebaker-Packard Corporation. It was an odd combination of body-on-frame chassis in a compact sized car, but Studebaker was the “other Cola” car company and didn’t follow the norm when it did anything. Find this 1960 Studebaker Lark Coupe bidding here on eBay […]
Update 10-Aug-2014: DT regular Andy’s Studebaker Lark is back up for sale on ebay with lowered reserve and asking price. Find his 1963 Studebaker Lark Regal here on ebay, and read the original write-up below. 22-July-2014: The Studebaker Lark was built from 1959 through 1966, assembled at Studebaker’s South Bend, Indiana manufacturing plant. The sales […]
The Studebaker Lark was a compact car initially released in 1959 by oddball make Studebaker, assembled at their South Bend, Indiana manufacturing plant. The numerical designation (VI or VIII) on the side of a Lark doesn’t refer to model generation as is typical of similar era cars, it actually designates the number of engine cylinders […]