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Found 19 results

  1. I need help locating a complete engine for a 1929/'30 Blackhawk Boattail Speedster, Straight Eight. If you have something please let me know.
  2. Please can anyone help me with a recomendation for the correct oil to use in my 1917 Roadster rear axle and Gearbox (all one Stutz unit) I am currently using a UK Oil grade called AG 140, this is a stright grade oil with no aditives, I am using a 140 grade thinking a think oil might be good to prevent wear but wondering what might have been recommended when new and what others use please?
  3. I'm hoping someone on the forum can identify the car in the photo. The guy on the left was my grandfather - the photo was dated 1924. Anyone know if it's a Stutz?
  4. I have radiator shrouds, intake manifolds, headlights, tail lights, gas tank, brackets, etc. See all photos including engines and transmissions. If anyone can help identify parts as to year and make, it is very much appreciated. Please contact me if you have any interest in any part or parts. Link to photos: https://plus.google.com/photos/111689943310959066457/albums/5956437067207983681
  5. I recently acquired these two sales brochures which date from about 1915 to 1925. One is for the Stutz Motor Car Company, featuring 25 pages of photos, diagrams, specifications and racing history for Stutz Bearcats and Runabouts. The cover has separated from the inner pages and some pages have stains but are still very legible. The other is for the Mercer Automobile Company, model 22-73, with 24 pages of photos and descriptions of their various models. The cover of this one has also separated but the pages are pretty clean. Both brands were very successful in racing during the "brass cars" er
  6. Has anyone put together, or does anyone know a source for defining what tools would make up a factory tool kit for the late T-Head Stutz? All I have is a wheel wrench, there must have been more! Thanks, KTS
  7. I was near the entrance of the Badlands of SD off I90 (east of Rapid City)- exit 110 on a side dirt road that leads to the prairie dog town. This pickup truck came buy and I turned around and took a few photos thinking my car guy friend would be able to ID it. No luck - and he brought the photo to Hershey show and still no ID . He thinks it is a Stutz! So, if you can ID that would be great. What the H was he doing on this dirty road with this car on a trailor? When the driver came back, he was going so fast and the dust was all over that I didn't get a return shot - sorry no front end phot (gr
  8. My 1926 AA speedster has three holes drilled for a rear view mirror. Does anyone have one for sale? Any recommendations as to what is a reasonable facsimile? Any pictures of what one might have looked like?
  9. It brings me great sorrow to announce that my father, Norm Miller, of Norm's Antique Auto passed away in January of 2012. He had a wonderful collection of antique cars that will be going to auction this spring and summer. I have made some albums of these cars on my profile page and written some of my memories of each car, even the rusty ones. I am hoping that this helps each of these cars go into the hands of people who will love and try to restore them like my dad. he had many diamonds in the rough, but also some restored and rare cars too. You can see what is going to be available by check
  10. I had planned to do some vintagecar rallies this year with my Stutz, but with a technical check I saw that several theets of the crownwheel were badly damaged and probably also the pinion. Is there anyone who can help me with this parts, or adresses/tips who/how to solve this problem ? Any help is very much appreciated as I live in the Netherlands were Stutz parts are very, very rare...... My Stutz is a 1921 series K 5 passengers open tourer.
  11. I still need a few parts for my 1926 open touring car. Does anyone know where I can get a rear view mirror for an open top car. It has a three bolt pattern and I am told that the mirror was a two part mirror. Thanks, Steve
  12. I purchased a 1926 Speedster that was owned by Cornelius Vanderbilt recently. I am told that there was a sales newsletter sent to dealers at the time the car was delivered to Vanderbilt that featured this vehicle. Does anyone have a copy of this newsletter. It would mean a lot. I would be pleased to pay anything reasonable. Thanks, Steve
  13. Just cleaning out an old garage for a friend and found an old water pump. Looks to be original but appears to have been remanufactured? It has a tag on it that says Stutz Bearcat. If anyone knows about these things, please let me know what they are worth or who wants it. If you want to see photos, let me know and I will take some. It also has a number stamped on it and I can give you that. I just need to find a good home for it. I assume they are not something you can just buy anywhere. thanks. Garrett
  14. Clars Auction Gallery Automobile Auction July 12th, 2011 Partial List: <link rel="File-List" href="file:///C:%5CDOCUME%7E1%5Cmarcus%5CLOCALS%7E1%5CTemp%5Cmsohtmlclip1%5C01%5Cclip_filelist.xml"><link rel="themeData" href="file:///C:%5CDOCUME%7E1%5Cmarcus%5CLOCALS%7E1%5CTemp%5Cmsohtmlclip1%5C01%5Cclip_themedata.thmx"><link rel="colorSchemeMapping" href="file:///C:%5CDOCUME%7E1%5Cmarcus%5CLOCALS%7E1%5CTemp%5Cmsohtmlclip1%5C01%5Cclip_colorschememapping.xml"><!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <w:WordDocument> <w:View>Normal</w:View> <w:Zoom>0</w:Z
  15. I have what I believe is 1929 Stutz Blackhawk engine block and transmission for sale. If you are interested, please e-mail me or call 845-796-3707. Thank you, John
  16. For sale: Perfect reproduction Bosch shock absorber tags. I had these done for my 1925 Stanley but they fit many other cars as well. If your Bosch shock absorber tags look like mine did (see photo) you may want to install new ones (see photo). 2 1/2" diameter, 1 1/4" hole in center. Perfect fit! $120.00 per pair. Thanks for looking. Don Hoke Vintage Steam Products, LLC - Stanley Steam and locomobile parts and accessories.
  17. Hello folks. I am new to this forum as I have just purchased my first Stutz. Actually I am an author of Vanderbilt books and have been looking for a Vanderbilt car when I came upon a 1926AA speedster on Ebay. Now I am confronted by the need to learn all I can, not about Cornelius Vanderbilt III, the original owner, but about the auto that I feel so pleased to own. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Steve
  18. I have a 1927 Stutz that I will sell. Long wheelbase. My car is not complete, but has a lot of parts not shown in the photos. It had been bodied as a camper car, however now I have only the original bodywork from the front bumper back to the cowl plus the rear inner fenders and running boards. Also headlights , 6 wheels, side mounts, transmission, drive line, brakes, tools, and a lot more. The motor runs fine and the chassis has been striped and painted, fresh tires, fenders and hood were dipped and e-coated, ( striped and primed )It was being restored as a speedster, until my fathers death.
  19. Hello, I am looking for a picture/explanation of the folding seat assembly in a 7-passenger 1925 Stutz Touring or similar vehicle. If anyone has a picture, knows about it, or knows where to find any information, any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Stefan
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