A career engineer at Studebaker, Harold E. Churchill became president of the recently merged Studebaker-Packard Corporation in 1956, at a time when finances were shaky and an aging product line was losing ground to the Big Three. Quickly launching a prRoominess of the 1961 Lark hardtop was above average for the compact class, but the quality of the interior was rated ... was a Regal four-door sedan on the 108.5-inch wheelbase with a 259-cubic-inch V8 and 5-speed manual transmission.
|Title||:||Champion of the Lark|
|Author||:||Robert R. Ebert|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2013-08-22|