Check out this very rare and fine example of the 1962 Studebaker Lark 5 door Wagon. As a wagon, it has the split dropdown tailgate with working rear window. She has the few available period options including V-8 engine, a/c, roof rack, back-up lights, seat belts, and trailer hitch. This wagon is mechanically sound, and has undergone various work to restore her to her natural beauty and performance. Under the hood she has the 259 V-8 engine, which has undergone a rebuild; replaced water pump; replaced master cylinder; carb kit; changed spark plugs, air and fuel filters, distributor cap and wire set; replaced a/c compressor; replaced battery cable; and new voltage regulator. For the suspension, she has replaced rear springs; upper and lower arm bushings; stabilizer bushings; inner and outer tie rod ends; front and rear shocks; replaced U-joints; rebuilt driveshaft; new stock mufflers; serviced brakes and replaced brake drums; new tires; and polished hub caps. The interior has been restored including front and rear carpet; replaced wind lace, door seals, headliner, interior trim, new stereo speaker, and lap seat belts. All dash gauges are in working order. The exterior restoration includes newer paint and minor dent repairs, along with replaced lock and key kit, and hood ornament. Also included is a custom car cover for storage and a battery tender. This is truly a one-of-kind remaining example of the classic Studebaker wagon. She is a great vehicle for those who enjoy the Studebaker cars of the era, and for those looking for a very enjoyable, reliable cruiser. For more information and to experience this great example of Studebaker history, please fill out the 'Contact This Seller box'.
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