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Stutz

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Stutz
Vehicle Marque

A former American manufacturer of cars from Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.  The full company name is Stutz Motor Car Company of America Incorporated.

Vehicle names used by Stutz throughout history include:  Bearcat.

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1914 Stutz Runabout A SPEEDY NEW MODEL FOR TWO.
With its trunk and gasoline tank carried on the rear deck this Stutz runabout has a reputation for eating up the miles.
The New York Times, April 12, 1914
View 1914 Stutz Runabout - 771KB
Stutz Series G Six-Passenger Touring Stutz Series G Six-Passenger Touring
Hand Book of Automobiles, 1919 Edition
View Stutz Series G Six-Passenger Touring page of Hand Book of Automobiles, 1919 Edition - 504KB


Article Index

DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
February 16, 1917Stutz Motor Co. Earns $649,042.The New York Times
December 9, 1922RUMOR OF STUTZ MERGER.The New York Times
December 10, 1922Denies Studebaker-Stutz Deal.The New York Times




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