Just Completed 1962 Studebaker Lark Convertible

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I just completed this one. I had posted some in progress pics in the workbench section a while back. It an old Johan Kit with some subtle body mods, scratchbuilt billet grille, MV Lenses and an updated interior. Pegasus Hellas wheels and machined Gas Cap. Color is Testors Laquer Phoenisian Yellow and Olive Interior.

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VERY , VERY COOL! You really found a great look for that car! :lol:

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Beautiful work once again!! I love it!!:lol: :lol:

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Nice interior/exterior color scheme. :lol:

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Excellent.

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Very cool, Bryan. I bought one of these after you posted your first progress pics. Looks like I'm not the only one that likes MV Lenses. :lol:

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How did you do the grill? Evergreen?

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Sweet! Nice job, Bryan.

:unsure:

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That is a model that alway cried out "customize me"! You have done a excellent job on that little Lark drop top!B)

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That's a very nice, clean build, Bryan!!

Thanks for sharing,

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That's a sweet looking ride you got there. Great color choices and the wheels really set it off and give it some muscle. Well done!

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Don't laugh but I actually had one of those when I was 16. Mine was a hardtop though.

Didn't look quite that good either.

great job.

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Sweet! Love the old Studebakers. Another independent we need more models of. (Moebius???) ;)

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This is totally cool in my book ;) . Johan? snap or glue? just curious as I have a snap.

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That's it! This one's just been bumped to my 'must build' list. :rolleyes:

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VERY nice update of an old classic! It's nice to see some unusual models being built, especially when they're done as well as your Lark! Excellent work!

Sam

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SMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTH!

Beautiful slick build. Just enough.

I Like It!

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