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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
  16. NOW on the Market ! 1920 Red w/blk fenders 1920 Stutz Roadster. SEE pictures. Has been stored under cover all of its life!. a FEW YEARS SHORT of 100 YEARS OLD! Some slight wok done to fix rear panel. REALLY NICE CAR! Asking around $ 125,000. Lets face it, how many are around for sale 1st come 1st serve! 1920 STUTZ ROADSTER.pdf
  17. Soon to come on the Market ! 1920 Red w/blk fenders 1920 Stutz Roadster. pictures will follow. Has been stored under cover all of its life and seen by few for nearly 60 years in total. some slight wok done to fix rear panel. REALLY NICE CAR! Will be asking around $ 125,000. Lets face it, how many are around for sale?
  18. I may have a set of two & 2 center knock off hubs & maybe a set of drums on complete rear end. bad news....I would need $ 900. each for the wheels and $ 250. for rear end with drums & backing plates & $175 each for hubs. Not many of these are around ! Rick 951-698-0820
  19. I believe it is a 1921 Stutz Bearcat and it was stored for 60 to 80 years. Just watched it on tv. Very rare car.
  20. Personally there is nothing wrong in owning a rebodied car if done well,... because lets face it, how many original cars are around? An original car is way out of sight in price for many people, so a nicely done one with all the right parts is not a bad idea. No disrespect to anyone, but a lot of so called experts don't own and never will own a real authentic Stutz Boattail. Life is short. If you want one bad, get one and start enjoying the rest of your life. You'll have almost the same amount of fun!
  21. I believe I have a very nice looking shell and radiator. I would have to have a firm $ 1,500 plush shipping and packaging costs added. if you are interested I can send pictures.
  22. I have a few, but with radiator. need good photos of 1927 to make sure these are the same.
  23. Ed is correct. There are several copied Boattail Stutz's, however as we all know they aren't made any more and although the value is less, owning one, al be it done correctly is ok and acceptable. Junk is out of the question, b ut some have done a wonderful job of keeping to the faith and pureness. If you want one, just make sure,-- if it is a fake, that it is priced accordingly and has all the right stuff. Rick
  24. Have several National Service Data Books available for sale. 1920's and up. Let me know what you are looking for in years. Price per book varies due to condition and date of print. $125.00 to $ 230.00
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