Studebaker Lark

Studebaker Hawk
The Lark was introduced in 1959 as a Compact Car, following in the footsteps of the first in this American car class, the 1950 Nash Rambler. According to the Encyclopedia of American Automobiles, the Lark was the model that was supposed to save Studebaker, and was tooled and into production in a remarkably short ten months time. By 1958 Lark-based models dominated the company's production, with only a minor representation by the sportier Hawk and limited production Avanti.
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