Premium X - Stutz Blackhawk Convertible 1:43 model
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Stutz Blackhawk Convertible 1971 Black The once proud Stutz name was resurrected in 1970 for a new luxury car to hit the market the following year, remaining in production until the late 80s. The bodywork was styled by Virgil Exner and the metalwork was shaped in Italy before being shipped across the Atlantic to be fitted with American mechanical components. The styling is, errm, distinctive and the very expensive cars were popular with celebrities such as Elvis Presley, Liberace and Elton John. This open car is the best looking of the versions to our eye and as with the other Stutz released by Premium X at the same time, the model is very well finished.
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