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About starlightcoupe

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  1. I don't know if the splines would be the same, or if Angelo is looking for originality. Here's the '41 Champion wheel and the '41 Commander Skyway/President.
  2. I suggested that in a PM and his reply was, " I do not have the steering wheel. I actually need the whole steering wheel, not restored. The Shrock Brothers do not have any."
  3. Well done! Hopefully the new owner will update his information on the Rockne Register.
  4. The Membership Office for The Antique Studebaker Club: Cornerstone Registrations P.O. Box 1715 Maple Grove, MN 55311-6715 or Call (763) 420-7829
  5. As a three-decade Rockne owner unfortunately I must agree. Another instance where rarity, condition and age do not equate to investment value. Your best market return is still going to be in the EU but, my advice would be to enjoy it more; get it seen more; perhaps with a "For Sale" sign attached; and ask for offers without quoting a price. It's a beautiful example that anyone should be proud to own.
  6. Uncertain on your reference to "the third nuts" but, here's photos of the winged screws.
  7. The site listed by Mark is not an authorized ASC site, and my well exist simply to phish for email addresses. The grammar is crude and there are NO links to the ASC at all. I would caution folks from opening it. The following site is recognized by the ASC and has a link to membership application.
  8. The article indicates it was crashed very early in its life. Probably went to scrap during the war.
  9. Yep! A car for such a specific purpose definitely needed the deluxe dual salon horns, sidemount spares and radiator mascot. Why, ...the gang would be so awestruck by the grace and refinement they would be easily cuffed and stuffed before they even knew the alarm had been tripped. 🤣
  10. They don't list the seal specifically for the Rockne; but a couple options for the '33 Studebaker Model 56 and one for the '32 Model 55, which would probably be the same for the Rockne '75'. If the '32 Model '65' and '33 Model '10' weren't such entirely different animals from all other Studebakers there would be no trepidation.
  11. Joliet Studebaker is a full time parts supplier for parts back to 1934. We have some older parts and we run a parts locating service. We have a 38.000 sq ft. building full of parts from 23 former Studebaker dealers We stock all new rubber for your car such as vent window rubbers,windshield rubber trunk gaskets etc. We would be pleased to work with you. R.Kapteyn , Joliet Studebaker Service. 112 Bissel Street Joliet IL. 60432-3002. 815 722 7262 Thanks for your inquire. Bob K. Robert Kapteyn, Sr. Joliet Studebaker Service 108 Bissel St. Joliet, Illinois 60432 cell: (815)212-2389 fax: (815)722-7262 email:
  12. Good advice there! I've been a member for over a quarter century, and my '33 would not be on the road without the contacts and support I've received there.
  13. One really great first move I would urge you to make would be to join the Antique Studebaker Club. The bi-monthly ANTIQUE STUDEBAKER REVIEW will connect you with parts and their vendors, technical information, history, restoration articles and great fellowship.
  14. Correct; 1932 Model '65' and 1933 Model '10'; but NOT the Model '75'.