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1933 ROCKNE 10 DELUX PARTS CAR


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If you don't sell it I would part it out. Looks like you could make a good chunk of change from door handles, engine, trans , gauges etc.

You wouldn't happen to have a nos set of 1933 Rockne King pins for the steering, my steering seems sloppy.

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Tim,

I don't know if the information on this old box can lead to any source.

This was a set I got from George Rohrbach for my own '33 many years ago.

A quick search found nothing about Andrew Manufacturing or King Bolt Set 197.

Looks like George hand wrote K122 on the box.  Maybe check with him.

But it appears the search can expand to '34-'39 Studebaker cars and '37-'39 trucks.

 

Hope this helps.

Brad

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Dear David

I'm sorry i didn't bought the coil from you

I found the coil back at the place in the barn 

Do you sell some parts of the car you show

Because there is stil no Ford coupe i bought from Amerika

I start a litlebit to rebuild the studebaker

There is a box on the le left of one photo from the car

Many wires are going to that box

And the handels for the trunk

and the windsheald

Are they for sale

Herman de boer

The Netherlands

Enjoy the Day

 

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On 5/24/2020 at 6:41 PM, Thoffs said:

If you don't sell it I would part it out. Looks like you could make a good chunk of change from door handles, engine, trans , gauges etc.

You wouldn't happen to have a nos set of 1933 Rockne King pins for the steering, my steering seems sloppy.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/King-Pin-Set-Front-for-1933-34-Studebaker-2-Pc-pkg-/223859116104.

This set is rather expensive.

A set for a Jeep can be used instead and would be a lot cheaper.

Only a small modification is necessary.

I am home right now but I will post the info later. 

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