1962 Studebaker Lark Convertible - Pristine Skybolt OHV I6 engine and engine compartment. The undercarriage is in very very good condition for a car of this age; it features V-shaped arms top and bottom in the front and rear leaf spring suspension. Paint is a beautiful Velvet Black code 10, original paint over original sheet metal. A couple very small flaws. Rocket style pointed three ring tail light lenses with stainless steel bezels. Dual headlight side by side with beautiful beauty rings. The chrome bumpers, the trim and the emblems all are in amazing condition on this. The black convertible top is in near perfect condition and has an amazing fit, no wrinkles, no creases no tears. Outstanding red and white two-tone vinyl interior. Large vinyl wrapped red steering wheel with beautiful horn ring rod. Original a.m. radio. Gas gauge in temperature gauge and warning lights for AMP & OIL PRESSURE. Unique rib stitched vinyl dash pad. Steel wheels were some of the most uniquely designed hubcaps ever made. They have a full outside circle of yellow rectangles. A hill and valley non-flat surface and beautiful bright red “S” Studebaker logo. Era specific non-radial polyurethane tires. Big thick white walls. This car has been in museum for many many years, can't promise it runs, needs gone through but very good shape. gas and fluids have been drained.