Oldcartech

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  1. It sold way too cheap...it was a steal, because it was DONE TO PERFECTION!
  2. Purchase a National Bearing or BCA bearing interchange catalog on line with price sheets if possible and it will help you.
  3. I have several Stutz headlight shells for sale
  4. If you find that the bronze gear drive has gone south, I have another rear end available for $ 250.00. Just in case.
  5. http://www.machinerylubrication.com/Read/169/worm-gear-lubrication
  6. Ford 6-cylinder Engine Repair Manual - G Series 1941-1947/50 Entire inventory of Water Distribution Tubes for G Series Ford Motors for sale at a fantastic good price.
  7. Turns out, its a Stutz Speedway 4 Roadster 1923/24. A very rare car that took over, when the Bearcat was stopped. Best reasonable offers will be looked at.
  8. I have received several calls of interest. Year between 1920/24 unsure due to conflicting info from several people. It is a Stutz Speedway 4 Roadster, ch # 13660-4DH Eng. # D 13642H .... I believe it is a 5.9 lt. 88HP Wh. Base 130 right hand drive
  9. I have to thank John Warner for sending me this web page from Hemming's. It is the same as my car but fully restored to perfection. I would read the article tp it's end if you are interested in my Stutz. Thanks Again John . https://www.hemmings.com/magazine/hcc/2007/11/Sporting-Sensation---1920-Stutz-Series-H/1538612.html
  10. My other question is...? When, or what year, did the rounded bottom of the door change on Stutz roadsters to square ones???
  11. I need help identifying my 1920 Stutz Roadster... the Chassis # is 13660-4DH the Motor # is D13642H. I have, I guess assumed over the years that it was just a Roadster, but now believe it to be a Speedway Roadster with detachable head. I am have a huge brain fart over the doors. The bottom of the doors are rounded and I am not sure if that is correct or not? I have looked through Splendid Stutz and am more confused then I was before. HELP PLEASE!
  12. Grimy- I'll take your advice and get it running with air in the tires. also have a 1918 Stutz roadster & 1929 Stutz Blackhawk Boattail and lots and lots of Stutz Parts for sale too. I will throw in a website STUTZPARTS.COM if someone wishes to buy me all out.
  13. I need help identifying my 1920 Stutz Roadster... the Chassis # is 13660-4DH the Motor # is D13642H. I have, I guess assumed over the years that it was just a Roadster, but now believe it to be a Speedway Roadster with detachable head. I am have a huge brain fart over the doors. The bottom of the doors are rounded and I am not sure if that is correct or not? I have looked through Splendid Stutz and am more confused then I was before. HELP PLEASE!
  14. I have the shifter that is for the right side, although it is acceptable to move the steering and pedals to the left side, which is easily accomplished. For those interested, a K series roadster similar to mine, although 100 percent restored went for a hell of a lot more. see averages attached. average stutz sales.pdf
  15. 1920 Stutz Roadster for sale. Always garaged. $ 125,000. Very Nice Car nearly 100 years old. Very few around or for sale. Red with black fenders. All original ...see photos in PDF. attached. Call Rick at 951-698-0820 Murrieta Ca. Oldcartech@gmail.com 1920 STUTZ ROADSTER.pdf