1928 Stutz Black Hawk speedster
The 1928 Black Hawk speedster, which was first introduced in 1927, was the modern successor to the legendary Stutz Bearcat of the Brass Era. It was the first boat tail speedster to be produced by a major American manufacturer. Building cars in Indianapolis, Indiana from 1911 to 1935, Stutz was one of the legendary marques of early American automotive history. The company made its reputation in the Indianapolis 500.
With its powerful engine, the Stutz Black Hawk speedster was able to capture the Stevens Trophy Cup at Indianapolis 500 and the AAA Stock Car championships. It was, simply put, America’s fastest production car, but with power and sensual style to spare. One such speedster was built for a famous Stutz race driver, Frank Lockhart, who was killed attempting to break the land speed record at Daytona.
Just like the one you will see when you visit the museum!
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