Monday, March 18, 2013

1965 Studebaker Commander

The Commander name was used on a variety of different Studebaker cars throughout the years, but was usually a mid-range model. For 1964, the last generation of the Commander, and the generation shown here, it was based on the Lark. Available for the Lark was a muscle car option called the Super Lark, which had high performance engines, including a supercharged one. This Commander is from the second to last year of Studebaker production, and exhibits period, hand painted, pin striping.
It is for sale in running, but not driving, shape for $950.
 

 
 
 
 
 




5 comments:

  1. Where'd you find this beauty? Sweet car.
    -Ryan

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    1. You'll just have to look for it...:)

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    2. Well, lets see. Big trees. Houses. In Seattle. Wow, that really narrows it down. LOL. Good answer. Where's the fun in you just telling me where it is!
      -Ryan

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  2. Is this still available? Long shot, I know... we are seeking one for parts.

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