Lifestyle Car: 1978 Stutz Blackhawk

The Stutz Blackhawk is one of those “lifestyles of the rich and famous” kind of cars as I like to refer to them. The company was resurrected in the early 1970s and until 1987 they built nearly 600 Blackhawks,… more»

Diverse Collection Of 34 Cars For Sale In Houma, Louisiana!

Barn Finds reader Chuck Foster recently spotted this diverse collection of cars for sale in Houma, Louisiana, and we’d like to thank him for keeping us in mind and sending us the tip on this multitude of great rides! … more»

PRICE CUT! Mink and Gold 1974 Stutz Blackhawk

UPDATE 4/12/2022 – Reader Pat L just let us know that the seller of this Stutz has significantly lowered their asking price. They were initially hoping for $47k, but have now dropped it to $29,500. Let us know down… more»

Built By Stutz: 1920 HCS Series 2 Touring

H.C.S. Motor Car Company was the second auto manufacturer that Henry C. Stutz founded. In 1910, he and a partner formed the first company which would bear his name later, the Stutz Motor Car Co. It would be acquired… more»

Rare Custom: 1929 Stutz M8 Cabriolet

And now for something completely different. Right off the bat, BF apologizes for the unintended fuzziness of the original photos of the subject car.  The car pictured above, started life as a 1929 Stutz M27 Cabriolet, according to the… more»

One Of A Kind: 1929 Stutz Sport Custom

This one is special, very special. Often when I see a car that has been out of the public eye for a long time, particularly a pre-war car,  I become entranced in the story more so than the car… more»

1-of-12: 1929 Stutz Blackhawk Cabriolet

When the Stutz Motor Company was at its zenith in the 1920s, there was a story that circulated claiming that so exclusive was the ownership of a Stutz vehicle, that if an owner should happen to die in their… more»

Lost Luxury: 1979 Stutz IV-Porte

This 1981 Stutz IV-Porte is a far cry from its over-the-top beginnings as a luxury car coveted by the rich and famous. While downright goofy looking by today’s design standards, these were all the rage for the jet-set back… more»

1928 Stutz Model BB Coupe Survivor!

The 1920s are often referred to as the “Roaring Twenties,” and was a time of enormous economic growth and strength within the USA. The economy was booming, and thanks in part to some clever work with import tariffs, American… more»

Safety First: 1926 Stutz Model AA

The Model AA is often known as the “Safety Stutz” and the very first American production car to be built with safety in mind. This example has spent much, if not all, of its life in California, starting up… more»

Elite Company: 1974 Stutz Blackhawk

The Beatles famously once said that money can’t buy me love. Another thing that money has some difficulty in obtaining, is good taste. The Stutz Blackhawk is a perfect example of this. The Blackhawk was not a cheap car…. more»

Extra Crispy: 1980 Stutz IV-Porte

Yep, it’s a real Stutz, and even though it is deep fried, this one wasn’t built for Elvis! These coach built cars, not built for the likes of us mere mortals, are proof money doesn’t necessarily buy taste. Find… more»

Amazingly Original: 1923 Stutz Speedway 4

Finding a 30 year old car that is all original and in decent shape is a challenge, but finding a 94 year old car in original condition is nearly unheard of! It’s absolutely incredible to think that this 1923… more»

Bearcat Beater: 1918 Stutz Hot Rod

We featured this stunning Stutz hot rod over two years ago. Well, it looks like someone has had their fun with it and are now ready to let someone else have a turn. The seller claims that it was… more»

Greatest Barn Find Story Ever?

Let’s start by saying up front – this is not a new story and some of you will likely already know about it. In fact, this took place almost 20 years ago. But, at least in my opinion, it’s… more»

1974 Stutz Blackhawk: Luxury Defined

The Stutz Blackhawk was the car of music legends, movie stars and other royalty that had to have the flashiest wheels in town. The brainchild of a financier who endeavored to resurrect the Stutz nameplate, they were once opulent… more»