1920 Stutz Bearcat Series H
Offered here is a wonderful example of one of the most well known sports cars of all time, the Stutz Bearcat. Stutz gained its well known name beginning in 1911 at the Indianapolis 500 where he didn't win with his car, but finished without any problems, hence the slogan "the car that made good in a day." From then on, Stutz became a well oiled racing machine and became a great competitor amongst some of the other large sporty cars of the early days of motoring.
This car is a 1920 Series H Bearcat that has a great provenance, previously being owned by Jasper Wigglesworth. It has also been recently treated to restoration work bringing this car over the top. Mechanically, the Series H has a huge 4 cylinder T-Head engine making 60 horsepower! This particular car runs and drives wonderfully and is ready to be shown or driven with much excitement.
Engine: 361 CID T-Head Inline 4-Cylinder Engine
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual