1962 Studebaker Lark Convertible for sale. Six cylinder, 3 speed on the column.
This car will make a great Sunday driver for years of fun and pleasure. The three speed shift on the column is a hoot to drive.
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Seller asking $7,800.
The engine runs. Overall the chrome is in good shape. The car was driven three years ago but tires are flat and need to be replaced. Vintage classic tires will cost the buyer $1000-$1200.
From there you will need a new vinyl interior which runs anywhere from $800-1500. Check out https://www.lebaronbonney.com for replacement interiors.
Seller recommends replacing the fiberglass front fenders with metal, a new front bumper, and rear lights but not required. There is a small crack on front right fender. The car should eventually be painted. The convertible top is in good shape but back rear window needs a small repair by a vinyl expert. Car radio antenna needs to be re-installed.
Car has been in family since 1965. Looking for a home who can enjoy and care for this historical Studebaker.
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