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When an owner’s Brass Era Cadillac Model 30 Roadster became a used car after a few years, there were a few choices: drive it and be unfashionable, sell it for pennies on the dollar, or, if one really loved it, order a new body and make it look like an all new car. Charles Schutte’s Lancaster, Pennsylvania, body company was well-known then for their bodies of this type, and while not widely remembered today, perhaps it should be.
When Schutte Body Company displayed bodies at the 1920 New York show, Motor Age found them among the best they’d seen: “While it is true that these bodies are handmade, the excellent workmanship and originality of design certainly offer suggestions to the trade what is possible in body work.” Schutte’s quality was equal to the highest-priced custom coachbuilders, and they offered new bodies for a variety of cars, including Locomobile, Peerless, and Marmon.