A 1928 Stutz Black Hawk boat tail roadster is a key character in new novel
17th annual South Carolina show ends early as rain moves in
Three sporty 1920s classics will be among the early automobiles offered during Bonhams’ auction in Greenwich, Connecticut, on June 4th
A 1914 Stutz Bearcat owned by Brian and Trish White of Apex, North Carolina, won best of show honors Sunday at the 15th annual Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance
George Barris, the “King of Kutomizers,” was famous for cars he created for movies and TV, with the fabulously funky Batmobile being the best remembered.
It’s hard to get the attention of New Yorkers, especially those who work near Times Square where almost-naked people and costumed characters wander the streets to hardly a notice.
Wearing a set of Goodrich Silvertown whitewall tires – distinguished by the double diamonds on the sidewall – the shortened chassis of the 1932 Stutz Super Bearcat is clearly apparent.
The Pick of the Day was descendant of show car that went to special edition to replacement for DeSoto owners
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