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5 hours ago, herman de boer said:

Dear people

Im looking for a Studebaker rockne radiator model 10 and Goose neck plus hosses

OR do you have a design on paper for the radiator

Please help me

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

 

The Blue Print you can get at studebaker Archive in South Bend, IN, Andy Beckman.

Just curious what kind of Rockne you have? I have a 33 DeLuxe Roadster in Germany. Maybe i can help with messurements and Fotos.

Joe

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Dear joe

Thanks for your answer

When i look at your photo i see the same grill what i have by my Studebaker rockne model 10 (4 Doors)

I think they have the same radiator

In my car is a 6 cilinder engine inside

I think yours have the same

I need also a Goose neck and 3 hosses

And some rope for between the bonnet and body from the car

Thanks have a Nice beautyfull Day

Herman

The Netherlands

 

 

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All Model '10' Rocknes use the same radiator and grill.

The "hood lace" you seek is available from Restoration Specialties in Windber, Pennsylvania, but I would think an EU company should also have it available.

The hood lace on the cowl is different in appearance and size from the lace on the grill shell.

http://www.restorationspecialties.com/page_119.pdf

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The top hose, as near as I can tell from the original parts catalog, was a straight piece of pipe, joined at each end by a 3" (7.5cm)x 1-1/4" id (3.2cm inside diameter) piece of hose.

My Model '10' simply has one piece of hose 14" (35cm) long. My lower hose is a flexible aftermarket type.

The hood lace on the cowl is different in appearance and size from the lace on the grill shell.

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There was a Guy selling a very rough 33.  it should have the Radiator in it. When i find the add i will forward it to you.

Maybe DB (David Babcock) have one for sale to you?

 

I have a whole 33 spare engine but unfortunately no goose neck on it.

 

FYI, my car cames from NL too, was bought in 34 from a Guy who owned a company named steelglas. 

 

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On 3/14/2019 at 4:02 AM, Rockne33DLXRoadster said:

 

The Blue Print you can get at studebaker Archive in South Bend, IN, Andy Beckman.

Just curious what kind of Rockne you have? I have a 33 DeLuxe Roadster in Germany. Maybe i can help with messurements and Fotos.

Joe

Dear people

Thanks you very much for the answer's

And foto's

Have a baeutiful Day 

 

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

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On 3/15/2019 at 3:21 AM, Rockne33DLXRoadster said:

There was a Guy selling a very rough 33.  it should have the Radiator in it. When i find the add i will forward it to you.

Maybe DB (David Babcock) have one for sale to you?

 

I have a whole 33 spare engine but unfortunately no goose neck on it.

 

FYI, my car cames from NL too, was bought in 34 from a Guy who owned a company named steelglas. 

 

Dear sir

Thanks you very much for the answer's

Have a baeutiful Nice Day

Sir,David babcock have al the parts for me

Thanks for to be that kind

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

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8 hours ago, starlightcoupe said:

The top hose, as near as I can tell from the original parts catalog, was a straight piece of pipe, joined at each end by a 3" (7.5cm)x 1-1/4" id (3.2cm inside diameter) piece of hose.

My Model '10' simply has one piece of hose 14" (35cm) long. My lower hose is a flexible aftermarket type.

The hood lace on the cowl is different in appearance and size from the lace on the grill shell.

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Dear sir

Thanks for the answer's and the foto's

Im very happy about IT

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

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7 hours ago, Rockne33DLXRoadster said:

There was a Guy selling a very rough 33.  it should have the Radiator in it. When i find the add i will forward it to you.

Maybe DB (David Babcock) have one for sale to you?

 

I have a whole 33 spare engine but unfortunately no goose neck on it.

 

FYI, my car cames from NL too, was bought in 34 from a Guy who owned a company named steelglas. 

 

Dear sir

Thanks for the answer's

Have a baeutiful Nice Day

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

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Robert

Hier are you

I'm stille looking for a windshield with swingarms

And rings for the headlamps

Look at the photo

OR do you have complete headlamps for me

This Monty the spray my studebaker rockne

And a originel voltage regulator

Thanks

Herman

The Netherlands

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On 3/15/2019 at 4:25 AM, herman de boer said:

Dear sir

Thanks for the answer's

Have a baeutiful Nice Day

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

Dear sir

I'm looking for windshield with swingarms and headlamps, voltage regulator

Thank you 

Herman

The Netherlands

 

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Good morning Bob

Thanks for the answer

If i can say this to you

I know you have a lot of expertise in how to live

But be strong and eat a lot of vegatables and keep fyghting

When i was born i was tottely parelist with my motoriek nerveus system

I keep strong mentaly so i can do everything now

So please do the same with your partner children and Friends

Good Luck and smiley

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

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Hermann, the 33 Lamps don’t have a ring. Its a strange thing to „clip“ the Lens in to the housing without braking them. We can do these deal. I have the missing parts to complete your lamps but i will never sell these. 
But i have 2 beautiful 33 dodge lamps (complete, rechromed) they are 97% looking like the rockne lams but they are not correct of course. But we can do a deal. Pls send me PM.

Joe 

Germany

 

PS i should have a gooseneck too

 

 

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Joe

Good morning from Europa (the Netherlands)

Are the lamps for 6 volt and show me some photo's

I have already a gooseneck

Bob badcock from Amerika sold me a gooseneck and radiator

Its hard to fined the parts but i'm happy with internet

To make the car new and driving is a Nice hobby but expensive

I stil wanna buy a Ford coupe 1932

But hard to fine origineel

In eBay i bought maybe a glas for the lamp if the Weller agree

I need stil the part for to fit the lamp

Show me some photo's from your complete Chrome lamps dodge

Because the lamps have to fit to the body part

I need also some parts to fit the gas mechanische to the firewall

Thanks for your answer

Good Luck with partner children and Friends

Herman

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For what it may be worth:  I have three 8-cylinder Pierce-Arrows (1930, 1934, 1936) and I would not apply more than 60 lbs/ft torque to their cast iron cylinder head nuts (all except 1933) and bolts (1933 only).  I find that table VERY suspect.  One more reason to suspect that table is that 1936-38 Pierces had aluminum heads whose torque should not exceed 55 lbs/ft, yet the table makes no distinction.

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Caution!  Those values may be for 1/2" bolts.  The 1932-33 Rocknes had 7/16"-14 bolts so the torque should be less.  According to the torque tables at BoltDepot.com, the torque should be 37 lb-ft or about 50 N-m.  This assumes the old bolts are about equal to current Grade 5 or ISO 8.8 strength.  If the bolts are nearer to Grade 8 or ISO 10.9, then the torque can be 52 lb-ft/70 N-m.  These torque values are for dry bolts, no oil on threads.  I'm not sure about the actual strength rating for 1930s cylinder head bolts, but the engine compression is relatively low, so not so much torque is needed as compared to a modern engine.

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On 3/6/2021 at 8:50 PM, rbk said:

Herman.

I am in a nursing home for rehab and will be here for awhile.

I will let you know as soon as I get back to my shop in April.

BOB

Hello sir

I hope your healthy and okay

I wanna know you find a windshield with swingarms for me

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

 

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On 3/9/2021 at 2:30 AM, herman de boer said:

Dear people

Can someone show me some photo's from the bench seat (studebaker rockne)

Back and front

I dont know anymore the design anymore hier to fit it

Thanks and enjoy

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

 

 

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