The Pick of the Day is 1963 Studebaker Lark 4-door sedan, maybe not the most beautiful or sporty collector car out there but a fun little craft with a backstory to which we can all relate. That story is not about the Studebaker’s origins, but its recent history of love and rejection. The private seller, […]
Pick of the Day is a 1963 Lark Daytona convertible
Pick of the Day coming from California Automobile Museum
Pick of the Day could be the right ride to take to the inaugural concours d’elegance at the Studebaker National Museum
A ‘little old lady’ car emerged after 30 years on blocks in the barn and already has done several long-distance road trips
I’ve always liked the idea of a sleeper, a plain-Jane car with hidden hot rod performance designed to surprise the muscle-car guys when the light turns green.
The Studebaker remains a fast and comfortable cruiser with its 289cid V8 and a four-speed gearbox.
The Revs Institute (nee Collier Collection) recently reunited racer Gerard Larrousse with the 1967 Porsche 911R that he drove to victory in both the Tour de France and the Tour de Corse in 1969. Larrousse, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday, competed in sports car racing, rallying and Formula One during his career. He also […]
After World War II, European automakers vied to put their nations’ populations back on wheels with cheap, reliable cars. The result was small vehicles that notably defined the characters of the countries in which they were built, much as the Ford Model T had defined popular motoring in America decades before. In Germany, it was […]