Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is proud to offer this ultra-rare
1920 HCS Series II Roadster. If you are a collector and looking for
something that not many have, look no further. Harry C Stutz
presented a conservative motor car of indisputable distinctiveness
and quality for its time, conforming to the recognized principles
of good practical engineering. This 1920 creation embodies all that
was good in both America and foreign principles and economy with
the beauty of design. This car is claimed to be a 2-owner car that
was brought over from New Zealand by its current owner in 1997 and
they have enjoyed it since. This is claimed to be an American HSC
"Stutz" that was bodied by CL Nelson and CO LTD in New Zealand. The
owner has provided an in-depth appraisal, HCS Motor Cars
Instruction book, news articles copies about HCS, a breakdown of
chassis and parts numbers, photo from 1920's, and so on! The HCS
Motor Car Company may have built as many as 3,000 cars between the
summer of 1920 and 1926, when its doors were closed by its
creditors. This car is claimed to be numbers matching and is
powered by a Weidely Inline 4 cylinder with the valve in Head,
rated at 50 HP, has a Lancaster Vibration Dampner, Bore of 3 5/8" 5
1/2" stroked engine and mated to a 3-speed manual transmission.
This car is Chassis number 208 with a 209 engine. The information
and history on this car go on and on, please reach out for
specifics! This is one car that you will not see often, if ever!
This 1920 HCS Series II Roadster is listed by our Tampa Showroom
and can be viewed in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and
an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional
information, please call our knowledgeable staff at (813)645-6200
or email us at [email protected] Our Tampa Showroom is
located at 361 30th Street NE Ruskin, FL 33570. Hours: Monday
through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST, please reach out to set an
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