This 1960 Studebaker Lark Regal VIII Convertible is by far the nicest Lark we have ever seen. This particular Lark convertible well taken care of by the previous owner who owned the car from 1984 until his recent passing. Studebaker originally designed the Lark as a compact vehicle riding on a 108.5-inch wheelbase and used the same basic drive line and many of the interior components as the larger Studebakers before them. The Lark featured new front and rear styling that updated the look in a handsome understated way. Available in two series, this is the upscale Regal VIII, equipped with a 259.2 Cubic Inch Overhead Valve V-8 engine with a single 2 barrel carburetor and Flightomatic automatic transmission, as well as power steering and power brakes. Repainted in original Jonquil Yellow with a black vinyl power assist top, this pint sized beauty is in near perfect condition. The chrome and stainless are in fantastic, show-quality shape. This Studebaker Lark sits on 4 wide whitewall bias ply tires with factory wheelcovers and color-matched wheels. The tan vinyl split-bench interior is in excellent condition and show exceptionally well. The padded dash and steering wheel look great and as they did when this Lark rolled off the factory floor. The trunk is detailed and has a correct jack and like new spare tire.