Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present for sale,
on consignment, this one of a kind 1962 Studebaker Lark Gasser!
This car was built for shows and cruises and modified on a
rust-free body and undercarriage that's been soda blasted and
painted. This is a straight front axle car with a tilt front nose.
The blue and white exterior plays well with the black vinyl bucket
seat interior. The rear seat was removed and a complete carpet kit
was installed. Powering this monster is a 327 cubic inch V8 bored
.40 over out of a 1965 Corvette with the heads out of a 63
Corvette. Eldelbrock provided the carburetor and manifold and the
engine is kept in operating temperatures with a Ron Davis radiator.
All the wiring was provided by Ron Francis Wiring out of Chester
Pennsylvania. The transmission is a TH400 automatic with a shift
kit and Lokar shifter. Power is transferred to the ground via a
Ford 9" 350 Traction-Loc rear end. This Lark sings the song of its
people by way of Sanderson headers that are piped with Quick Time
electric cutouts through additional piping that exits just behind
the doors for a less aggressive sounding journey down the road.
Stay informed with the classic instrument gauges including
speedometer, tachometer, water temp, fuel, voltage and oil
pressure. This is a great tribute car that the owner has claimed to
never have been raced since it was finished. Contact our sales
staff today for more information towards making this one part of
1962 Studebaker Lark
Exterior Color:Blue & White
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