53-54 GRILL PANEL  
 $320.00 + S/H
3% DISCOUNT FOR CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER
53- 54 ONE PIECE FRONT CLIP
$1145.00 + S/H
53 - 56 OUTER AND INNER COUPE DOOR
$1136.00 PAIR (INNER&OUTER)
C & K LOWER VALANCE
$330.00 + S/H
EXAMPLE OF COMPLETE 
FRONT END
ABS HOOD LINER
$155.00 + S/H
OUTER & INNER TRUNK LID
$525.00 + S/H
36 - 37 REAR FENDERS
$760.00 + S/H PAIR
47 - 52 REAR ROLL PAN
$320.00 + S/H 
ALL PRICES ARE + S/H WITH 3% DISCOUNT FOR CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER
HOOD FOR 53 - 54  $526.00 + S/H  3% DISCOUNT FOR CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER
1959 Lark Regal Hardtop

Studebaker would rebound in 1959, introducing the compact Lark. Much like the Champion of 20 years earlier, the Lark was a success, pushing Studebaker back into the black. By 1961, however, 
1963 Gran Turismo Hawk

Studebaker would be back in the loss column. They countered with the new Gran Turismo Hawk for the 1962 model year, styled by Brooks Stevens.
1963 Studebaker Avanti

The Studebaker Avanti debuted as a 1963 model. Styled under Raymond Loewy, the Avanti featured disc brakes, optional supercharged engines, and a fiberglass body. Studebaker's financial problems continued, however. In December 1963, Studebaker closed its South Bend plant. Production continued through March 1966 at the Hamilton, Ontario, Canada plant, where a blue and white 1966 Cruiser marked the end of 114 years of Studebaker vehicle production.
In 1963 Studebaker designer Brooks Stevens also revised the Lark Station Wagon for 1963. It was now called Wagonaire and featured a remarkable sliding roof above the cargo compartment. This enhanced practicality and Studebaker advertised it as "a family car, a functional utility wagon and a fun-filled convertible". The tailgate was changed into a one-piece lid with a roll-down rear window. Lark Wagons were available in Standard, Regal and Daytona trim, but only the Regal and Daytona versions sported the sliding roof.The Daytona Wagonaire was fitted full deep-pile carpeting throughout, including the cargo compartment, as a bonus, This roll top did make it easy to load larger items into the wagon.
Lark Wagonaire 

1955 Speedster

Due to a number of factors, Studebaker's finances were poor by 1954, leading to a merger with Packard. Studebaker-Packard would fare no better, as Studebaker would lose 43 million dollars in 1956, and Packard disappeared altogether after 1958. 
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