September 2, 2018
Sharp eyes might notice the Double-T emblem on the back of this 1962 Studebaker Lark Daytona. It signifies that this car has what folks on some of the Studebaker Forums describe as the highly-desirable Twin-Traction option; lay people (me) might just call it a limited-slip differential. You might have also noticed that this one’s wearing a set of Avanti wheel covers. The Daytona was a nicer version of the standard Lark, and Studebaker described the cabin as having an Action Styled Interior. The dashboard? It consisted of a… correctly positioned cluster of easily read, clear, sports type instrumentation. This beautiful example is owned by Matthew Wendt of Pendleton (who has another Studebaker or two in his stable), and was seen earlier this summer at a Thursday night cruise-in at North Tonawanda’s Gratwick Park.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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