Model:

Series E Bearcat


Body Style:


Engine:

389.9 CID T-Head, 4 cylinder Wisconsin Engine


Transmission:

3-speed manual rear transaxle


Chassis:


Wheelbase:

120"


Wheels:


Tires:

34x4 1/2"


Body Construction:


Exterior Color:

Red


Interior Color:

Black


More Information:


In the catalog of great early American automobiles, the memorable Stutz “Bearcat” conjures up an image of speed, glamour and endurance. The Bearcat is very much a sports car and arguably the first American road car to earn the name. Harry C. Stutz designed a number of cars and in 1911 he founded The Ideal Motor Company in Indianapolis, Indiana. A true sports car can be defined as having the bare essentials for practicality.