A beautifully passionately restored American classic, see the You Tube video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfl6UpDrUc0 For Sale 1929 Stutz DUAL COWL PHAETON MODEL M came from the collection of Alexander K. Miller, an eccentric miser, and his wife Imogene, who owned some 50 rare cars, primarily Stutzes (his nickname was Stutzee), along with stacks of parts. The Millers moved to Vermont and began filling barns and garages with many once-fine cars. A.K. and his wife lived frugally, dressed in ragged clothing, had no central heat, paid no taxes, bought old cars and parts as cheaply as they could and eventually secreted nearly $1 million in gold and silver bullion, coins and valuables on their property. In 1996 Sotheby's auctioned off the Miller estate. The overall quality of this RARE beauty is breathtaking!!! Now available in the showroom, schedule to view.