Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Stutz SV 16 1933 Red/Black Like many luxury auto-makers in America, Stutz was struggling after the depression as sales dwindled and the car modelled here is one of the last hundred or so built. The bodywork is by Le Baron and is a conventionally styled sedan offering spacious accommodation. The subject was offered for sale at auction a few years ago and for the most part the model matches catalogue photos very well. One exception is a fine raised lip around the highly polished vent flaps on the bonnet (hood) sides. These are unnecessary. Otherwise the general shape of the model looks very good and the finish, particularly the complex two-tone paint design, is excellent.
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Stutz SV 16 model by Neo
Two tone Red and Black. Released 15/09/17
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