This Stutz MB was the first of five Rollston Convertible Victorias built on a Stutz chassis in 1931, which was the final year of production for the straight-8-engined Stutz M and MB Series. As orders for formal Town Cars declined, Rollston introduced an attractive Convertible Victoria designed by Rudy Creteur that was then adapted to fit many different marques, including several Packard and Stutz chassis. This Stutz MB has been owned by Norman Roberts since 1952. After enjoying the car on the road for many years, he began its restoration in 1955, but work commitments intervened and the car remained in boxes and on shelves for over 60 years. The restoration began again in earnest in 2012 and was completed within a year. In 2018, it was shown for the first time at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.