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1928 Stutz BB Blackhawk unfinished project with 2 X Eng For Sale

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  • £61,000 See Text
  • 1928
  • Castle Hill NSW Australia
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Price £61,000 See Text
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Stutz
  Boat Tail Speedster
Model BB Blackhawk
Year 1928
Country Australia
Town Castle Hill NSW Australia
Telephone 0411264664
Status Private
Date 15-Jul-2020
Ref C1166008
Genuine 1928 Stutz BB Blackhawk started life in Australia as a sedan. Ground up restoration since 1995. Professionally re bodied by Peter Lamb Motor Works and Painted by award winning Merv Hardiman - Vintage Auto Colour.
I am no longer in a position to complete this much loved project and where the car is stored is to be redeveloped so unfortunately car must go.
Vehicle comes with six wheels and the many parts plus spares. Over Australian $165,000 spent on this project so far . Many detailed available photos of the restoration and parts included . 1st Engine dissembled and at Engine Builders with much work done. A 2nd 1928 Stutz BB 8 Cyl engine unrestored has since been purchased and is included in this sale.

My daughter prepared a Facebook Page which includes 105 photos of the 1928 Stutz and the parts. Please visit

Car located in Sydney Australia.
Price US $74000 Negotiable
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