Cohort Find: 1963 Studebaker Lark In Motion

Just one shot from the Cohort by Jerome Solberg. At first glance, I thought it was some Studebaker Lark on its way to a car show or something. The kind of venue most such 1960s cars now belong to. Of course, it didn’t take more than a split second to realize this Lark was no car show queen; not even close.

The photo is a bit fuzzy, but there are clearly some rust patches (fixed?), and some body work being done. And well, I love that golden hood ornament. Could it be a lark proudly on display on this Lark?

So is this some hipster’s daily driver? Or a car on its way to restoration?


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