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  1. The Custom Speedster did not meet my reserve price on e-bay. I am looking to sell or trade the car so I have removed the reserve price and relisted it today. The e-bay link is listed below for anyone interested in the car. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170260093750 Thanks and regards, Vince Arena Cell: 610-909-1814
  2. I have posted my 1930's Special Speedster for sale on E-bay if anyone is interested. 1930’s Special Speedster that was custom-made around 1931. The badge on the radiator is STUTZ and on the inside is a tag BAY STATE RADIATOR CORP., Boston, MA. It has a Hudson Flat Head Straight Six engine that was rebuilt back in the mid-80's. The engine head cover reads "Power Dome" and the engine block is stamped 44600H on the bottom. The top of the engine is also stamped with HN 464222. The engine runs very strong and purrs like a tiger. The clock on the dash is JAEGER and the speedometer is WARNER-STEWART. THe headlights are brass and are labeled ROYAL DE LUXE, THE POST AND LESTER CO., HARTFORD, CONN USA. The car needs some cosmetic and mechanical work but it has potential! We have enjoyed having this car in my family since the late 1970’s but it is time to let someone else enjoy it. I am open to offers and will consider trades since I have a son who just started driving. I have more pictures available so please let me know. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&sspagename=ADME%3AL%3ALCA%3AUS%3A31&viewitem=&item=170255694870
  3. Good Day Ivan: Thank you very much for your insightful comments. It appears that the car should be descirbed as "1930's Special" as one of the other readers noted earlier, and not as a Stutz despite the badge. Best regards, Vince Arena
  4. Hi Rusty: You bring up some good points! I appreciate your feedback. I will most likely end up putting the car for sale on e-Bay so that I can get a fair price for it. Thanks again, Vince
  5. I should have said in my posting that I <span style="font-style: italic"><span style="font-weight: bold">think </span></span>this is a 1914 Stutz Bearcat...I could be off on the year. Thanks!
  6. I have a 1914 Stutz Bearcat replica that was custom-made around 1931. It has a Hudson Flat Head Straight Six engine that was rebuilt back in the mid-80's. It reads "Power Dome" on the head cover and 44600H on the engine block. The car has not been driven for many years but the engine still runs well. The car needs some cosmetic and mechanical work but I am not able to do it so I was thinking about selling or trading the car. Before I do I wanted to see if anyone can help me with any information on the car, or the best way to try and sell/trade it? I have attached a bunch of pictures. Thanks for your help!