Italian coachbuilding; American muscle; Virgil Exner-penned baroque styling; the Stutz Blackhawk had it all. And for only $15,000, Nice Price or Crack Pipe wants to know if you think it's all too much?
Yesterday, over 59% of you voted to carve Nice Price into the jack-o-lantern-hued Gumpert Apollo. Today we're throwing you some Graceland-approved ‘70s kitsch. Revived in 1971, the Stutz brand catered to car buyers of means, but not necessarily those with an appreciation for the aesthetic. With a total production run of only about 500 cars, and an original window sticker bordering $45,000, the Blackhawk was not intended for everyone. This one is a mis-classified (rat rod?), and under-tired '75 Stutz Blackhawk, for which the current owner asks a Hyundai-esque $15,000.