Studebaker Lark

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  • Studebaker Lark

    In 1959 Studebaker was broke and was selling the same basic car they brought to market after WWII, with minor sheet metal changers. Packard was gone, and so there were no larger models. So Studebaker used much of the center section with a boxy front and back portion to create the compact Studebaker Lark. It was to compete with the popular Rambler and the soon to hit the Market Valiant, Falcon, Comet, Nova, Cutlass, Tempest, Lancer/Dart, and Special....



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