Robert and his son Sebastian Rey are living the dream. They are in car restoration business which allows them to be surrounded by that which they love almost every single day of the week – cars. But all that work on someone else’s cars often takes its toll. They figured out they never restored a car that will remain in the family. What’s more, Robert’s father and grandfather too, were in the car business and they all completed father and son projects of their own back in the day. That’s why Robert and Sebastian decided it was due time they did something about that and came across one rather ordinary 1962 Studebaker Lark which they would later restore in one out of the ordinary way.
Robert’s friend Chicago Mike supplied the beaten and bruised Lark at half the original price. What are friends for, anyway?! Robert and Sebastian wanted a regular car with no history whatsoever, but since they bought the car from a family friend and failed to enquire about it, they ended up with what was obviously a gasser project sometime ago. This forced them to change their restoration plans quite a bit. Still, it all ended up rather well.