Updated: Jul 7
A car to get back to the basics.
"1958::Advertisement for The Lark by Studebaker"
Ad Clip: Victoria Daily Times (1958)
Victoria, British Columbia
The Lark by Studebaker was three feet shorter than conventional cars. It delivered peak performance with its super-responsive V-8 engine and ran for miles on a hatful of regular gas. Six passengers could enjoy the ride in its distinctively rich interior, which featured fine pleated fabric and vinyl. The Lark behaved like a lady, parked on a postage stamp, turned on a dime, and was simple, clean and classic without any non-functional ornamentation.