1930 Stutz Model MB Convertible Coupe Vehicle Profile

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

1930 Stutz Model MB photograph

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Convertible Coupe
Coachwork: Derham
The Stutz, built in Indianapolis, earned its reputation on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Throughout its existence, the company was known for sporty - and fast - automobiles. In November 1929 Stutz built the first ten of what was to be a run of 25 supercharged chassis. The depression caused the company to cancel the order for additional superchargers, so as a result no more were ever built. OF the 10, only three have survived.

This convertible coupe, with custom coachwork by Derham, is rare since it carries a factory-installed supercharger. Only 10 of these were built in November 1929 (most, if not all, were titled in 1930) and few remain today. The Stutz in-line eight featured overhead valves and overhead camshaft. Cars were available on 134.5- and 145-inch wheelbase chassis; this example is built on the latter.

This convertible coupe is an English bodied coupe and a racecar. The current owner first bought this car on his 16th birthday in 1947. He drove it to California from his parents' home in Cleveland, Ohio, up and down the west coast and back to Cleveland (about 6,000 miles) in the summer of the same year. It was a daily driver throughout his high school career. A home restoration was performed on the car in 1954. It continued to be used regularly until 1964, when it was sold. In 2004, the car was re-acquired and given a restoration to exact factory specifications. The work was completed in September 2011. The color scheme is exactly as it was when Derham completed the body in 1930.

No auction information available for this vehicle at this time.

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1930 sales)
1930 Stutz Model MB Versailles by Weymann
Chassis#: M8-36-SD19S
Sold for $77,000
  2013 RM Auction - Hershey
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Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1930 Stutz Model MB's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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Vehicle Profiles

Chassis information for the Stutz Model AA1927 Speedster
Coachbuilder: Robbins Body Corp
Chassis Num: AA-C18-86501
Engine Num: 84675
Chassis information for the Stutz Model BB1928 Touring Car
Coachbuilder: LeBaron
Chassis information for the Stutz Model BB1928 Convertible Coupe
Coachbuilder: Phillips
Chassis information for the Stutz Model BB1928 Sedan
Chassis Num: BB74Y
Engine Num: 92089C
Chassis information for the Stutz Model BB1928 Speedster
Coachbuilder: Robbins Body Corp
Chassis Num: BBC4BB27C
Engine Num: 91470
Chassis information for the Stutz Supercharged1929 LeMans Tourer
Coachbuilder: Lancefield
Chassis information for the Stutz Model M1929 Town Car
Coachbuilder: LeBaron
Chassis information for the Stutz Model M1929 Coupe
Coachbuilder: Lancefield
Chassis Num: 31312
Chassis information for the Stutz Model M1929 Four-Passenger Speedster
Coachbuilder: LeBaron
Chassis Num: M8-44-CY25D
Engine Num: 30514
Chassis information for the Stutz Model M1929 Four-Passenger Speedster
Coachbuilder: LeBaron
Chassis Num: M843CY17A
Engine Num: 30.360
Chassis information for the Stutz Model M1929 Monte Carlo
Coachbuilder: Weymann
Chassis Num: M854CD223
Engine Num: 32523
Chassis information for the Stutz Model MB1930 Convertible Coupe
Coachbuilder: Derham
Chassis information for the Stutz Model MB1930 Convertible Coupe
Coachbuilder: Derham
Chassis information for the Stutz Model M1930 Speedster
Coachbuilder: LeBaron
Chassis information for the Stutz Model MB1930 Versailles
Coachbuilder: Weymann
Chassis Num: M8-36-SD19S
Engine Num: 32327
Chassis information for the Stutz Model M1930 Cabriolet
Chassis Num: M8-46-CD25E
Engine Num: 32550
Chassis information for the Stutz Model MB1931 Convertible Sedan
Coachbuilder: LeBaron
Chassis information for the Stutz Model MB1931 Convertible Victoria
Coachbuilder: Rollston & Company


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