As I was talking to my daughter on the telephone, looking at the emails she had just sent, the conversation went something like this…
Eileen: Dad, I found an old car. I found myself taking pictures of it like you would. That was scary.
Me: Well, I am pleasantly shocked you took them. Thank you. That’s a 1960 Studebaker Lark. Did you notice the Lark VI badge? That means it has a six-cylinder engine.
Eileen: I saw that and had wondered as much. It sure is tiny in comparison to all the cars around it. But it is kind of cute.
Me: It is. Thanks again for the pictures. This really makes my day.
There is no need to worry about the next generation in regard to the automotive world. I think we are in good shape.
Taken by ECS, June 21, 2002, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
1960 Lark VIII convertible by Joe Dennis
1960 Lark VIII wagon by PN
1960 Lark two-door hardtop by Jim Grey