1931 Stutz SV-16 Chassis

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EngineIn-line 8, 322 cubic-inches, 115 HP

This 1931 Stutz chassis originally had a limousine body mounted on it. In the late 1950s the car was for sale in the Detroit area. A man purchased the vehicle for a restoration project. He removed the body and put it outside during the restoration process. The chassis was in the process of being restored when the man passed away. No one knew that there was a Stutz in the garage. Decades went by and the limousine body rotted away. The property was purchased by a friend of the donor in the late 1990s. When the garage door was opened, the Stutz chassis was discovered. The donor purchased the chassis from his friend and got the engine running. In 1999 he donated it to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum. In 2007 the restoration was completed by the Museum’s volunteer maintenance team. The wheelbase is 145 inches. The original cost of this limousine was $3,995.

Engine

Original Engine: Yes

Stutz MB

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum's Garage

Hagerty
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