1964 Studebaker Lark Daytona 289

1964 Studebaker Lark Daytona car picture

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Studebaker Daytona Front Dash
Front Dash
Studebaker Daytona Rear Interior
Rear Interior
Studebaker Daytona 289 Engine
289 Engine
Studebaker Daytona Rear View
Rear View

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The grill for the Studebaker Lark Daytona had been changed in 1963 so it appeared as a trapezoid and made the car appear wider. The new look was a minimal budget re-design by Brooks Stevens thought by many as the best for the Studebaker Lark models. It used a 109 inch wheel base for two door models and 113 inches for the four doors. The cars had a roof line reminding one of the Gran Turismo Hawk. The Lark Daytona came with an option of a 6 cylinder or a V-8 engine. In some cases a supercharger could be added to the V-8.

Midway through the model building year, Studebaker renamed its Lark vehicles so the name Lark did not appear on the badging of the car. For example, as the 1964 cars came out, they began to be cataloged as the Studebaker Daytona or the Studebaker Cruiser.

Studebaker did not continue building the Hawk and the Avanti after 1964.

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