A 1939 Small Tank Crocker Motorcycle

Following my post of last week about the come back of Crocker Motorcycles, a lot of you seem to be interested and requested that I show a picture. Here it is. This is what is called the small tank version. Engine: 61” side valve. Bore & Stroke: 3 ¼” x 3 ½”. Horsepower: 55 HP at 3600 RPM. This one restored by Steve Huntzinger.



3 Responses to “A 1939 Small Tank Crocker Motorcycle”

  1. 1 Judi Crocker-grandaughter of Albert Crocker May 13th, 2007 at 9:43 pm

    What a beautiful bike and we are so proud to see this picture. My grandfather would be delighted. My dad, Al Crocker, saw this bike restored at last year’s Legends of the Motorcycle at Half Moon Bay and we have a picture of it on our wall. Beautiful! Crocker’s just keep on cruisin’

  2. 2 Cyril Huze May 13th, 2007 at 10:15 pm

    Judi. It’s a very nice surprise to meet with you through my Blog. Us, professional custom builders, we all love what your grandfather did and are thankful for his motorcycle legacy. Long live Crocker. Cyril.

  3. 3 steve pickel Jun 8th, 2009 at 12:49 pm

    Judi responding is the greatest. I am currently working with Dale Walksler of the wheels through time Dale has a 1940 hemi-head and a dirt track racer that run like silk to this day and it will blow the doors off most of the new bikes out there…. any way sorry i came accross this so late would have commented sooner hope you are still reading Judi

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