1959 Studebaker Lark
Boxy but with rounded corners would best describe the design for this car, and it was intentional. Intentional because they wanted to fit 6 passengers inside comfortably, and in order to do so, needed as much space for that interior. All steel straight panels sprayed with Seamist Green, then snazzy clean chrome was attached. Pay particular attention to the belt line mini swoop spear, that literally runs from above the headlights up front to the end of the rear quarter, then decides to sweep across the trunk and start all over again on the other side. Small rounded fins add some nice line to the back of the car, and the oval taillights keep it simple on the back. You have to love the wrap around rear glass with quite a rearward rake for its time. This gives the car some panache in the design department. Badging is all nicely preserved and uses your grandmother's handwriting as the font. Standard Studebaker polished wheel covers are on all 4 corners wrapped in thin whites.