1921 Stutz Series K Touring / 10348 Chassis Information

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

1921 Stutz Series K photograph

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Touring
Chassis Num: 10348
Engine Num: 10304
Sold for $79,560 at 2011 Bonhams.
Sold for $126,500 at 2013 Gooding & Company.
Sold for $104,500 at 2015 RM Sothebys.
The Stutz Bearcat was introduced in 1915 and offered Bearcat performance with a practical body. It was a close-couple touring car for up to four passengers. It was lightweight and weighed just a few hundred pounds more than the Bearcat. Built on a 10-inch longer wheelbase, the Bulldog featured all the mechanical components the Bearcat. The Model K variants offered continued improvement of the four-cylinder, dual-valve T-head engine. The Bulldog was given a modern appearance with its wire wheels, deep fenders, and low bodylines. The Bearcat models were ideal for touring, though many Bulldogs were have been cut-down and modified to be replica Bearcats.

This Bulldog is a correct and original car. The early history is unknown. It was acquired by the Northwest collector Don Short some time in the 1940s. This was his first of many Stutz along with other Brass and Nickel Era cars. Along with being his first Stutz, it was also the one he kept the longest. The car was well-used over his roughly 60-year ownership, including numerous tours. When the time the car was sold from his estate, it was noted to be a nicely preserved example with some original interior.

Ownership later passed to another Northwest collector. Over the next two years, the Stutz underwent a thorough cosmetic restoration. It was painted in black and ochre. The interior has been re-trimmed, with several of the original panels being re-used. The car was finished with a correct type rear trunk mounted just between the body and dual rear spares.

Power is from a 361 cubic-inch T-head 4-cylinder engine fitted with a single Stromberg carburetor. There is a three-speed manual gearbox and two-wheel mechanical drum brakes.
By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2013

Chassis# 10348

2015 RM Sotheby's : Amelia Island
Pre-Auction Estimates :$120,000-$140,000 
Sale Price : $104,500
2013 Gooding and Company - Pebble Beach
Pre-Auction Estimates :$170,000-$210,000 
Sale Price : $126,500
2011 Bonhams - Port Townsend Aero Museum
Sale Price : $79,560

Analysis

Chassis number 10348 Auction Sales History
2015$104,500
2013$126,500
2011$79,560

2016 1
2015 1
2013 1
2011 1

YearAvg. SaleHigh Sale# of Sales
2016$594,000$594,0001
2015$104,500$104,5001
2013$126,500$126,5001
2011$79,560$79,5601

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1921 sales)
1921 STUTZ SERIES K BEARCAT
Chassis#: 10555
Sold for $594,000
  2016 Bonhams : Quail Lodge
1921 Stutz Series K image  1921 Stutz Series K image  
1921 Stutz Model K Bulldog
Chassis#: 10348
Sold for $104,500
  2015 RM Sotheby's : Amelia Island
1921 Stutz Series K image  1921 Stutz Series K image  
1921 Stutz Model K Bulldog 4-Passenger Tourer
Chassis#: 10348
Sold for $126,500
  2013 Gooding and Company - Pebble Beach
1921 Stutz Series K image  1921 Stutz Series K image  
1921 Stutz Model K Bulldog Four Passenger Tourer
Chassis#: 10348
Sold for $79,560
  2011 Bonhams - Port Townsend Aero Museum
1921 Stutz Series K image  1921 Stutz Series K image  

No Sale

1921 Stutz Series K's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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