1919 Stutz sold his
company to Charles M. Schwab and two other investors.
1920 Stutz Series II
Roadster, photos were taken by Bob Craig at 2002 Ault Parc
1923 Frederick Ewan
Moskowics entered the Stutz Company. He worked formerly for
Daimler (Stuttgart, Germany), Marmon and Franklin. Moskowics
developed the concept of Stutz as the safety sports car.
1927 Record: 24h with
a speed of 109,5 km/h
1928 2nd place at the
24h of Le Mans race, drivers Bloch and Brisson finished 13km
behind the Bentley, because of problems with the gearbox. The best
result for an American car, till 1966 Ford won the race! At
Daytona Stutz won the competition of the fastest american
sportscar at a speed of 171,3 km/h (106,53 mph).
1929 5th place at the
24h of Le Mans.
1935 End of production
Stutz was well known for the safety features, like safety glass,
the "Noback"- Hill-Holder-system and the chassis with its low
centre of gravity.