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 62-64 LARK 2-DOOR
***ALL 4-DOOR LARK TYPES CHECK FOR AVAILABILITY***
COMPLETE KIT INCLUDES:
SEAT COVER SET, HEADLINER, VISORS W/EXCHANGE, CARPET SET
WINDLACE, KICK PANELS, DOOR PANELS, (WHEN AVAILABLE)  REAR QTR PANELS, (WHEN AVAILABLE) PKG TRAY & CONSOLE COVER (IF NEEDED)

                                  SOME NOS PANELS AVAILABLE
                                VERY LIMITED CLOTH AVAILABLE

COMPLETE KIT  PRICES:                                           CREDIT/CARD     CASH/CHECK 
62-64 LARK 2-DOOR VINYL------------------------ ----------------------$2714.00------------$2635.00


                   **50% DEPOSIT TO START COMPLETE KIT**

 INDIVIDUAL PRICES:
 SEAT COVER SETS                                                   CREDIT/CARD   CASH/CHECK
 62-64 LARK 2-DOOR VINYL ---------------------------------------------$1118.00------------$1085.00
 

                ***CHECK ON AVAILABILITY OF PANEL SETS***

CARPET SET                                                                    
 62-64 LARK 2-DOOR------------------------------------------------------$360.00--------------$350.00

HEADLINER---------------------------------------------------------------------$247.00--------------$240.00
WINDLACE----------------------------------------------------------------------$118.00--------------$ 115.00
VISORS W/EXCHANGE (WE REBUILD YOUR OLD ONES)--$ 103.00------------$ 100.00
KICK PANELS (PAIR)----------------------------------------------------------$ 67.00--------------$ 65.00
TRUNK DIVIDER----------------------------------------------------------------$ 92.00--------------$ 90.00
DASHLINER----------------------------------------------------------------------$128.00--------------$ 125.00
TRUNK MAT SET----------------------------------------------------------------$252.00-------------$245.00
**PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE**
2012 PRICE LIST--INCLUDES S/H IN CONTINENTAL U.S. 
856-525-6151

For 1963, Stevens again restyled the Lark. The dated wrap-around windshield was eliminated and the entire "greenhouse" was lightened via the use of thinner door and roof pillars. Doing away with the thick framing that had been a much-criticized feature of Studebaker's bodies since 1953 imparted a much more modern appearance.
Inside the cars, a completely new instrument panel with full instrumentation (sans idiot lights) was installed, although the designers were not able to integrate the available air conditioning into the panel; the evaporator and vents were still hung beneath the dash in a space-robbing box. For the ladies, an "Exclusive Beauty Vanity" with a mirror and makeup tray was fitted in the glove compartment on most models. Just in case anyone would forget that Studebaker's glove box contained the vanity feature, the fronts were adorned with the word "Vanity" in golden script.




Studebaker's top brass allowed Stevens to continue the process of modernizing main line vehicles that resulted in a more extensive (but still inexpensive) restyling for 1964. What resulted was the most mainstream looking Studebaker's since 1946. The Mercedes-like grille of 1962-63 gave way to a full-width, stamped aluminum grille and squared-off headlamp surrounds. Stevens flattened the hood, roofline and trunklid, and reworked the tail panel to incorporate new horizontal taillamps and backup lamps, all the while ingeniously retaining the sculpted quarter panels introduced in 1962, which still suited the new look and reduced by a considerable amount the cost of tooling.
The new look debuted along with the company's plan to phase out the Lark name entirely. The lowest-priced models were renamed Challenger (replacing the 1963-1/2 Standard), while the Commander name (which had last made an appearance in the Studebaker lineup on the last full-size cars in 1958) replaced the Regal trim level. The Daytona series added a four-door sedan (replacing the 1963 Custom four-door), and the Cruiser continued at the top of the line. All models except the Cruiser offered a Wagonaire.



Please allow 6 months delivery on panel and seat sets