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1959 Studebaker Lark Convertible
A very rare American Icon the \"Studebaker Lark Convertible.\" The beauty is packing the Studebaker 289ci V8. This is the car that started it all. Smaller, Faster with style.
Very Rare 1959 Studebaker Lark Convertible with a 289 V8.
Studebaker has something new and revolutionary for 1959! Introducing new model called the \"Lark\" a smaller more economical car. The car could still seat six people comfortably and hold a surprising amount of luggage. From its introduction in early 1959 until 1962, the Lark was a product of the Studebaker - Packard Corporation. The Lark was the first car of its size to offer a V8 engine. Engineering enhancements were the big news as the Lark received a performance boost. Studebaker advertised as \"The compact with Performability,\" and this was abetted by the addition of the 289 cu in (4.7L) V8 from the Hawk family sports car. Mated to an automatic transmission made this a formable road car.
Inside the 1959 Studebaker a complete instrument panel with full instrumentation. The chrome bumpers front and back are in great condition. The body is straight, and has 0 rust. Every nice trim and door fit. The front grill and lights are in perfect condition. The upholstery bench split front seat and rear seat look as if they had been redone.
The two-tone red and black paint trim makes this rare car stand out. The American Racing two-tone grey & polished Torq-Thrust wheels are just the right touch. Power convertible top is in working order with a black canvas top and parade boot. The dual exhaust makes a great sounding Studebaker! This Lark is fun to drive and draws a crowd wherever it goes. It\'s completely reliable so feel comfortable driving it anywhere. The perfect summer car.
This unique classic could be yours for $27,000.00!
NOW REDUCED DOWN TO $24,500.00!
This car is located in Washington.
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