Obviously based on some sort of late-70s GM chassis, the Stutz Blackhawk overcomes (or, somewhat ineffectively, obscures) its Detroit roots with the generous application of tan leather from Connolly Brothers of London and New Zealand lamb's-wool carpeting (oops, wait a sec, the lamb's-wool needs replacing). Maybe the best part of all is that it can't even pass smog- try plugging the VIN into the BAR's smog status website. Yep, failed a few weeks ago! But that's a trivial matter to a Blackhawk Man! Better bid early and often, though, because the seller swears he'll take it to Barrett-Jackson "where it belongs" if he doesn't like the cut of the bidders' jibs.

1979 Other Makes : STUTZ BLACKHAWK [source]

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