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ROCKNE (1933)

Royal saloon, convertible saloon.

Basically a baby Studebaker, this one was catalogued as such over here. It was named after a US football coach, Knute Rockne, in the hope that a hero's name would sell the car. Apart from the name, though, it was pretty conventional, and came with a rubber mounted sidevalve engine, synchro 'box, freewheel and mechanical brakes.

Technical Specifications

3068cc (S6 SV) 
Front engine, rear-wheel drive 
Production dates:
1933 to 1933  
Number produced: