Even though 1964 was the last model year for Studebakers built in the United States, Canadian production continued through 1966. I'm guessing this Lark Cruiser, which Project Car Hell Song creator Jack Astro photographed while visiting Victoria, B.C., is a '65, but it could be a '64 or a '66. Jack also shot a pretty… »
The majority of voters felt that an eternity spent wrenching on a pair of Willys Station Wagons would be preferable to eternity spent with a '58 Pontiac/'62 Mercedes-Benz combo, according to last Friday's Choose Your Eternity poll. That's fine, but what if you'd prefer endless toil on a
hopeless challenging fast car?… »
Since we're in a Studebaker mood today, let's see how the doomed South Bend automaker tried to pitch their products during their last year building cars in the United States. You can get a flat floor and lots of rear seat room in the Lark, or the fastest production car in the world when you got the Avanti. What's it… »
With all these DOTS Bonus Edition cars lately, Kitt wants us to be sure we don't forget that her neighborhood in Denver is bursting at the seams with quality vintage iron. Last week our DOTSBE Denver machine was the Apocalypse-Ready Bronco, and now we're going to follow up yesterday's Seattle Stude with another South… »
Sure, we've already seen a Classic Ad Watch post today, but when TinaChow sent this in... well, it was so good that I couldn't wait any longer to share it. You could get disc brakes as an option on the 1963 Studebaker Lark Daytona Wagonaire, which would make it quite safe... that is, until you packed the kids, the… »
It's doesn't come as a shock to find that Studebakers haven't made much of a showing in this series (so far we've had just an Avanti), given that the Studes were never all that common even back in the day. But hey, at least the Studebaker Pines are still standing tall, and so is this quasi-rat-rodded '60 Lark VIII!