1933 Rockne 10

Name Brad Johnson Username starlitcpe Country USA City Pine Grove Mills, Pennsylvania (PA)

About this Rockne 10

  • Date added: 03 September, 2006
  • Visits: 4698

Specs

  • Vehicle type: Car
  • Exterior color: Midnight Blue.
  • Interior color / upholstery: Taupe
  • Engine: Gasoline (Petrol) Engine, 6 in line, 190 ci (3114 cc)
  • Engine horsepower (hp): 70 hp
  • Transmission: 3-speed manual

55,000 mile untouched original; never restored. Of the less than 40,000 Rocknes built, less than 200 are known to survive in any condition.
Rockne Motor Corporation only existed for two years (1932-33). By 1933 Rockne ranked as seventh in new car registrations in the U.S.
After ceasing Rockne production, the Studebaker Corporation elected to use the Rockne engine in their Commander models. In various displacements, the engine was produced through 1961; quite probably the longest engine block production in U.S. automotive history.

Comments

  1. buzz123
    Added: 08 April, 2018

    Beautiful car, congratulations !

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