Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Corvette-flavoured Lark



The Studebaker Lark is an oft-overlooked model in modifying circles, its weird, belligerently confused, puppy-dog face possibly detracting from its appeal somewhat. But it's a handsome thing in its way, and certainly ascends a few notches with this kind of treatment.
The wheels are a bit of a giveaway; once you spot the Corvette rims, you could make a game stab at what this Lark's transplanted heart might be. Indeed, under the bonnet you'll find a 350ci LT1 V8 (producing 400bhp, no less), while pretty much everything underneath is '95 Corvette: transmission, suspension, the works.
You can learn more about it at Car Craft.







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