1929 Stutz Model M
In 1926, Frederick D. Moshovicks revived Stutz by launching new eight cylinder cars and this 1929 Model M contributed greatoy to this rebirth. Before this time, Harry C. Stutz had built a good reputation racing at the Indy 500 and producing some of America’s first sports cars.
Over 2300 Model M chassis were made and each shared the same SOHC Straight Eight engine which powered the company’s first finish at LeMans.
|submitted by||Richard Owen|
|displacement||5277 cc / 322.0 in³|
|bore||85.85 mm / 3.38 in|
|stroke||114.3 mm / 4.50 in|
|power||84.3 kw / 113 bhp|
|specific output||21.41 bhp per litre|
|body / frame||Custom Bpdies over Steel Frame|
|f brake size||mm / in|
|r brake size||mm / in|