Stutz was a serious competitor in many racing events during the close of the 1920s. They competed at LeMans in 1928 and nearly emerged victorious. They raced in timed speed trials and in 1928, they proved they were the fastest American cars in this category. Their abilities were derived from their potent powerplants and highly advanced chassis designs.
This 1928 Stutz BB Blackhawk Speedster is identical to the one that competed in the most historically famous 'Match Race.' It has a boattail body, red wire wheels, and cycle fenders.