My 1963 Lark at Infineon Raceway
1963 Studebaker Lark drag racing at Infineon Raceway 11/30/08
289 Studebaker V/8 4Barrel Edelbrock carb and an Isky cam. OE 3:31 gears
and stock auto trans.
Studebaker US6 "Frozen In Time" (Engine Overhaul)
In the summer of 2009 this 1945 Studebaker US6 with its Hercules JXD engine
was brought back to life and driven 75 miles back to civilization after
being abandoned in the remote Alaskan wilderness and "frozen in time" for
two decades. Now in June 2013 the old war horse is getting some much
needed TLC and a new lease on life. This truck was built on May 23, 1945.
Studebaker US 6 1943 for Restoration in Russia www LOMAKOVKA RU
Studebaker US-6 1943 WW2 from Lomakov`s classic cars and motorcycles
museum - www.LOMAKOVKA.RU 1 day restoration. Moscow. Russia. 13.10.2010.
Студебекер ЮС-6 1943. Первый день
реставрации в Ломаковском музее
старинных автомобилей и мотоциклов.
Москва. Россия. 13.10.2010
Brenda's Studebaker burns it up!
OK in most sports men and women compete separately, segregated. But in
motor sports that's not the case, two cars, two drivers face off and may
the best person win. But there is more to racing than just competing. This
is Brenda in her Studebaker. She's a trophy winner with her Model-T.
Studebaker truck working at the drag strip
My 1959 4E13 V/8 5sp OD dump bed working at the local drag strip. We were
doing prep work for our new racing surface. Now my Lark will have a
smoother track to run on. The truck is like an older brother looking out
for the Lark.
1960 Studebaker Lark Convertible Red SumtFG021613
Lark had the drop on the Falcon, Valiant and Corvair in that it hit the
market as a 1959 model, one year earlier than the offerings from the "big
3"! In addition, Lark offered a stationwagon and convertible version
besides the sedan! Larks continued through 1963, then underwent a name
change and finally were out of production during the 1966 model year. It's
really a shame..they offered a 6 and V8 and were competitive...too bad it
didn't last, the company that had started by making Conestoga wagons in the
Studebaker car commercials aired 1950
These were "local" commercials that aired during a 1950 episode of a
popular-yet-short-lived "local" Los Angeles television series. For some
reason, I can imagine King Kai driving a car like this.