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    64 Studebaker Lark Daytona




    Not sure what were going to do with it but its a sweet little ride



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    Cool car , is that a Rambler wagon under that cover??? Maybe a 62??

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    Nice ride. I see that you have moved to new place. What going on with the camaro?
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    I almost purchased this car from the original owner of this car over a year ago. Saw it come back up on craigslist a few weeks ago.. for more money then the first guy wanted. Its a sweet little ride, cant wait to see when comes of it.
    1973 C10,400sbc, Baer Brakes, 4 link,TOYO tires
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    Nice project. Is that a 65 Cutlass next to it?

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    Brian- Na under the cover is probably one of the nicest 78 2dr blazers around. It belongs to a friend of ours.

    Olds87- so far we are just getting ready to T.I. the new building so at the moment we are just storing future projects there. As for the camaro I packed it up and have yet to get all the parts back out since I've been home. Probably won't be able to work on it until the new shop is finished.

    LMDGUY- Its funny that you say that because I looked at this car a year ago also. Don't worry I didn't pay near what he was asking .

    Formula98- You nailed it... it's a 65 Cutlass F/85. My dad had one in high school so when that sweet ride pulled into are parking lot at the office he wasn't driving home in it! Picked it up for 3 grand and it has zero rust and a nice interior!

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    cool
    1973 C10,400sbc, Baer Brakes, 4 link,TOYO tires
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    Okay so after some good quality blind staring we noticed that the stock wheel wells on this car were pretty big... in fact they are 11" wide!!! So we all know what that calls for.. some trial fiting of some 315's that we had lying around





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    1973 C10,400sbc, Baer Brakes, 4 link,TOYO tires
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    Now thats what im talking about!
    65 Impala
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    Yeah Studebaker really had something goin with these rear wheel tubs!!! Too bad Chevy wasn't thinking the same way!

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    What's your planing for the engine?
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    That's gonna be a cool car. I like the body lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillipM
    Formula98- You nailed it... it's a 65 Cutlass F/85. My dad had one in high school so when that sweet ride pulled into are parking lot at the office he wasn't driving home in it! Picked it up for 3 grand and it has zero rust and a nice interior!
    That's cool! it was my first car in high school also. I had the 442 from 1976 - 1980. I wish I still had it! I like your new project also, but disappointed that the Camaro is in storage.

    Ron

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    Very cool body style. Congrats. Howz the trim.
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    The front fender trim has a couple of bangs in it. and I am looking for the driver lower window trim and the trim between the driver window and the rear window. the fender trim can be fixed but I probably won't fix it. we are going to leave it flat black so fixing it would ruin the patina. the engine is a 2.2L turbo'd ecotec w/ a t56. should scoot pretty good.

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    Is that a lark?

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    yup its a Lark. I am not really up on Studebakers but it may be a daytona... if somebody knows how to tell the difference I would love to know.

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    Came across some pics

    This is a Studebaker Commander, but the body is the same or very close.

    http://www.hotrods2die4.com/cars/196...nder/index.htm

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