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1914 Stutz Model HCS Roadster
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Description: 1914 Stutz Model HCS Roadster
Manufacturer: The Stutz Motor Car Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
Engine: 4-Cylinder Wisconsin, L-Head En Bloc
Bore: 3.75 inches
Stroke: 5.0 inches
Displacement: 235.6 Cubic Inches
Horespower: 50 @ 2400 rpm
Fuel Economy: 18 mpg
Weight 2,150 lbs
Wheelbase: 108 inches
Price New: $1,475
The Ideal Motor Company was the name of the firm which produced the first Stutz race cars in 1911 and the name was changed to the Stutz Motor Company in 1913. Harry C. Stutz had originally built components for other makes prior to 1911, then became involved in the production of both passenger and racing cars at the Indianapolis-based operation. Several Stutz race cars were competitive at the Indianapolis 500 in the early years, and the Stutz Bearcat was a popular American sports car in the mid-teens. As was the case with many expensive, high quality products of the Depression years, the company folded in 1933.

Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson
Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
Keywords: 1914 Stutz Model HCS Roadster


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