Rokne six '' 10 '' Deluxe Roadster 1933 .

Price: US $100.00 Item location: Houthalen-Helchteren, Belgium
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Studebaker
  • Model: Roadster
  • SubModel: Deluxe
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: ''10''
  • Year: 1933
  • Color: Burgundy
  • Engine size: 6 cil
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1933 Studebaker Roadster Deluxe

KNUTE ROCKNE ALL AMERICAN !!!You bid on a very very rear 1933 Rokne six '' 10 '' Deluxe Roadster ones of a lifetime opportunity !!! GOOD INVESTMENT
Except for its headlights is this a all original 1933 Rockne Roadster; ''10''. Originally it is Burgundy / Black with tan/gold pine Striping and i believe with original paint except the hood wings if you look good you see tha, but its ok . I have the original registration for Europ (Nederland Regestration ) Only a few of these model ''10'' Roadsters are known worldwide . I found just one on google a grey 1932 and it is not for sale . Convince yourself and search . I believe this is one of the last ones that they assembled in Norwa, because it have side flashers and dual backlights and orange stoplights for the European market. The car Starts/drives breaks and schift like it have toLights are working and side windows roll down .All Six tires are in great shape and it is in good running condition . The gastank is new professional custom built .
It have a 1year old6v battery . The car is in located in BELGIUM and can be shipped wordwide at the buyer's expens .
I tried to described the car as fair as possible . If you have some more questions !! I will be glad to anwser them before !!auction ends . Feel free to ask . 0032498184118 please be aware with the different timezone USA/EUROP!!Do not ask the reserve prise because i don't tell you, that is why it is a auction!!!!For more photossend meyour email .ICH SPRECHE DEUTSC, JE PARLE FRANCAI, PARLO ITALIAN, IK SPREEK NEDERLAND, I SPEAK ENGLISCH
Sadly these Rockne Roadster body types were favored by Hot Rod builders. There were five body types built to include a 7 passenger - 4 door convertible / touring car which none are known to exist. Available body types were the 2 door Roadster / deluxe Roadster, the 2 door Coupe / deluxe Coupe, the 2 door Sedan, the 4 door Sedan and the 4 door Touring car. NOTE: “deluxe models” boasted a spare tire on each side of the car with a luggage rack to the rear of the car.
In 1932, Studebaker launched the Rockne, a new low-priced brand named for famed Notre Dame head coach Knute Rockne. However, the new company was based not in South Bend, home town for both Studebaker and Notre Dame, but in the venerable Studebaker complex on Piquette Ave. in Detroit. An all-new design, the car was originally created for Willys-Overland by a Detroit engineering firm as a replacement for the Whippet, but Studebaker bought out the project when Willys declared bankruptcy.
Studebaker fared little better as the country spiraled into depression. Studebaker CEO Albert A. Erskine committed suicide on July 1, 1933, while the Rockne division was disbanded that same year with barely 30, 000 units produced. A sound automobile by all accounts, the Rockne suffered from unbelievably bad timing.
Studebaker Corporation, or simply Studebaker, was a United States wagon and automobile manufacturer based in South Bend, Indiana. The Rockne car was a subsidiary of the Studebaker Motor Company and was built as Studebaker’s “affordable car” to help get Studebaker through the great depression of 1929. The Pierce Arrow line was Studebaker’s “high end car”.
Knute Rockne became the Studebaker spokesperson in 1930. Sadly; Knute Rockne was killed in an airplane accident in 1931 and the car's popularity rapidly diminished. The first Rockne car that came off the line in 1932 was presented to Mrs. Knute Rockne. The 1932 cars were labeled Rockne on the radiators cloisonné and on the tail lamp.. The 1933 Rockne’s cloisonné and tail lamp were labeled Studebaker Rockne. The car was phased out in 1933 due to its poor sales