Purchase Price

185,000 USD

Landed Price

Vehicle description

STUTZ, 1919 model G Roadster. This is a never restored, just well kept example. It uses the same 361CI sixteen valve four cylinder Stutz built engine as did the Bearcat model. It also has the optional beautiful Rudge wire wheels, that were standard on a Bearcat. It has a ten inch longer wheelbase and a slightly wider body. This car has a long and rich history, which includes a brigadier general, who bought the car from an ad he saw in Motor Trend magazine in 1957, who kept it over two decades. Next in line was William Ruger Sr, co-founder of Sturm-Ruger Arms who kept it the rest of his life. It just came back from having its engine overhauled and a major service by a top restoration shop. She starts easily, runs perfectly and drives well. No heating issues. A jewel of a car, overall. Plenty of power and extremely easy to operate. Buy an American legend! Museum Stored in Central Virginia. Price $185,000; will entertain trades and offers. Cell 215-906-7001 (call or text) Or, email: [email protected]



LocationCentral, Virginia
Exterior colorRed
Interior colorBlack
Engine sizeInline 4
Odometer -
Title statusClear
Aftermarket wheels -
Restoration history -
Exterior conditionExcellent
Seat Material -
Air Conditioning -
AM/FM Radio -
Custom Stereo -
Tinted windows -
Power breaks -
Electronic ignition -
Engine history -
Engine conditionRunning
Drive train -


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