1914 Stutz Series 4E Bearcat
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.