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1925 Stutz Model 695 Roadster Vehicle Profile

1925 Stutz Model 695 photograph

1925 Stutz Model 695 photograph

1925 Stutz Model 695 photograph

1925 Stutz Model 695 photograph

1925 Stutz Model 695 photograph

1925 Stutz Model 695 photograph

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The Stutz Company, founded by Harry C. Stutz, got their start in 1911 when the built cars to compete at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's 500 mile race. The Stutz cars did not win the race, but they performed well and garnered publicity for the new car builder. After the race, the Ideal Motor Company had been founded and production of one of the country's high performance vehicles had begun. By 1913, the company had been renamed the Stutz Motor Car Company and was producing four and six-cylinder models including the Bearcat.

Harry C. Stutz left the company in 1919 after disagreements with the company's stock holders. He formed his own company, the H.C.S. The Stutz Company was taken over by the Bethlehem Steel Magnate Charles M. Schwab and Frederick Moscovics was hired to transform the Stutz sports car into a proper luxury car.

This 1925 Stutz Model 695 has a Roadster body built by coachbuilder Weyman. Power is from a six-cylinder engine delivery 80 horsepower. This was the last year for the six cylinder model. This Weyman Roadster is one of only two known to exist. It completed a tour of Northern Europe in 1997.



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1925 Stutz Model 695 Auction Sales

Recent Sales

(Data based on Model Year 1925 sales)
1925 Stutz Series 695 Sportster
Chassis#: 14370
Sold for USD$72,800
  2019 RM Sothebys : The Guyton Collection
 
1925 Stutz 695 Roadster by Weymann
Sold for USD$126,500
  2014 RM Auctions - Amelia Island
 
1925 Stutz Series 695 Speedway Six Speedster
Sold for USD$49,500
  2013 Bonhams - Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance
 
1925 Stutz Series 695H Speedway Six Torpedo Tail Speedster
Sold for USD$43,700
  2013 Bonhams - The Scottsdale Auction
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1925 Stutz Speedway Six Sportbrohm
Chassis#: 14640
Sold for USD$46,200
  2011 The Scottsdale Auction - Gooding & Company
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Vehicles That Failed To Sell

1925 Stutz Model 695's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
VehicleChassisEventHigh BidEst. LowEst. High
1925 Stutz Speedway Six Series 695H Seven-Passenger Touring146612009 Bonhams Larz Anderson Auto Museum $150,000$170,000

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