This vehicle has turned up on a farm and I dont know what it is so could any member please give me a clue to the make and model... Thank you... Ray
Looks like a Rockne:
I would assume it is a 1930 Studebaker "Rockne".
Thank you, so any idea how rare this car could be?
Thank you again as I just found the club for them so I answered my own question.. Ray
Here's something I learned to day. The Rockne was assembled in Studebaker Plant #10, in Detroit.
So what's the big deal about Studebaker Plant #10? Well, most of know the plant by a different name, the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant. Studebaker owned the plant from 1911 - 1936.
Jerry, We need to get one for the Piquette Plant. Is this one available?
Ray is in NSW. If that's where the car is, it would be cheaper to get one in the USA, and in better shape for the same money.
Thomas, I was also thinking it would be cool to have there!
Hmm, that is a bit of a distance to haul it. . .
In that part of the world, it may be the only example left!