| 1923 Stutz Speedway Roadster|
text: an original 1923 Stutz Speedway roadster, a favorite of wealthy college students when new. This Speedway roadster has a 130” wheelbase! The engine number is D12504H. The chassis number is KL12499DH. On early Stutz vehicles, the engine and chassis numbers frequently were not matched when assembled by the manufacturer. The Speedway roadster came equipped with a very powerful 88 h.p., 4-cylinder,...
| 1920 Stutz H Series 7-Passenger Touring|
text: Rare Stutz H Series Touring in clean and original condition. Only a handful of these cars still exist. From Seller:
This very nice H Series 7 Passenger Touring car is a great runner and set up for touring. An older restoration that has held up well, the paint is very nice with minimal flaws, the top and brightwork are very nice, and the interior is quite presentable as well. All of the gauges work, and...
| 1913 Stutz Bearcat Roadster|
text: There was much excitement at auction for this car, as is evidenced by the 84 bids it received, not to mention its selling price of over 330k. Paul Freehill of Stutz Specialties handled the restoration, which was then freshened up in 2008. It won first place in its class at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance in 2008. This Stutz Bearcat has only been driven sparingly since 2008....
| 1928 Stutz BB Speedster - AACA Winner|
text: FROM THE COLLECTION OF COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER ALAN JACKSON
In 1928 Stutz offered increased performance and safety compared to the competition. This BB Speedster has innovative features such as shatter-proof glass and hydraulic brakes reaching all four wheels.
In 1927 two experimental Black Hawk Speedsters raced at Indianapolis and many stock car races. 1928 proved the most successful year for Stutz ta...
| 1975 Stutz Blackhawk Custom |
text: 1975 Stutz Blackhawk
Black Over Black
All Metal - Custom Hand Made Body
Black Connoly Leather Interior
Sheepskin Carpet Through Out
Nardi Gold Plated Wood Steering Wheel
24 Karat Gold Plating Inside Cabin
Like New Tires
Solid Body and Frame
All Leather Is Perfect
Leather Dash Top Is Perfect
All Gauges Work
Pontiac 455 Engine Starts Right Up, Runs Smooth, Does...
| 1981 Stutz Diplomatica |
text: This luxurious 1981 Italian Stutz Diplomatica, four-door sedan, is one of only seven in the world. It is in concourse condition with Emerald Green exterior. All the moldings and trim are handmade of solid brass and double chrome plated, including the large and distinctive radiator shell. Brass instead of steel is used to eliminate pitting in the chrome plating. At least twenty-two coats of the finest acry...
| 1920 Stutz Model H |
text: This is an excellent example of a very rare 1920 Stutz Model H All-Weather Touring car. Museum quality vehicle that has been refurbished as necessary and is mechanically excellent!
THE FOLLOWING IS THE OPINION AND STATISICS OF JOHN C. HACKETT OF CLASSIC AUTOMOTIVE CONSULTANTS. THE SPECIFICATION OF THIS 1920 STUTZ, ALL WITH EXCELLENT CONDITION RATING ARE:
* REBUILT 4.9k 113hp 6-CYLINDER BEARCAT...
| 1926 Stutz AAA 4 Place Speedster|
text: This Stutz is the 4 passenger Speedster straight 8 that has been restored in 1985 and has Won the Antique Automobile Club of America Senior Award in 1985, It has been in a private collection here in South Carolina. The Stutz speedster is a beautiful car and was restored to best of show condition. It is showing some age on the restoration but is still in Great show condition....
| 1984 Stutz victoria maroon/black|
| 1972 Stutz Blackhawk red|
text: Finished in Dark Red with grey leather interior. This exquisite motorcar has spent its entire life in Southern California and was formally owned by Arlene Chandler of Beverly Hills who is a member of the family that owns the Los Angeles Times. Stutz bodies were handcrafted in Torino, Italy out of 16-gauge steel, which is among the thickest used on a motorcar. They were thenÂ fitted on a General Motor's...
| 1973 Stutz Blackhawk VII bronze/black|
text: Special Cars for Special People: Playtoys of the Rich and Famous!
Back in the 1930s, Clark Gable, Groucho Marx, and Gary Cooper frolicked in the Hollywood Hills driving special-order, supercharged Duesenberg SJ Roadsters. Not long after The Great War, the members of the Rat Pack preferred the Chrysler-powered Dual Ghia, made in Italy.
A decade later, with the last Ghia--the 6.4L Coupe--gone, an...
| 1915 Stutz Bearcat yellow|