The glove box of this 1975 Stutz Blackhawk shows a
stating that it was built for Emma and Joe Galiber.
Joseph Galiber was a state senator, and kept the car until his death, in 1995.
Galiber's daughter, Ruby Wint sold the car in 1997 to Webster Auto Sales.
They kept the car for 9 years, and sold it, in 2006, to Commercial Motors.
In February 2009, I was contacted by Bruce Corwin,
located in Massachusetts.
He traded another car, and got the Stutz.
Jim Yeckering bought the car, and offered it for sale.
Within a short time, he was able to sell it to Europe.
The car shows some interesting details, for example a clock in the center of the steering-wheel.
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