The Lark was built by Studebaker from 1959 until 1966, in Studebaker's plant in South Bend, Indiana, as well as in Ontario, Canada. The Lark was produced at the same time as the Hawk and the Avanti. Different models were marketed as Commander, Daytona and Cruisers. In 1966, Studebaker ceased production of automobiles.
Two series were available, the Lark VI (inline 6, 2.8 l) and the Lark VIII (V8 4.2 l). the models were : 2-door sedan, 4-door sedan, station wagon and convertible. 3 generations : 1959-1961, 14962-1963, 1964-1966. During its lifetime, and despite constant improvements, sales did not increase, thus the
plan in Indiana closed in 1963. The latest production was implanted in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada).
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