For those who have a real Stutz in their garage, a
model might be a good addition,
for the others, modelcars are a good chance to dream...
Over the years, a couple of different models, in various
scales, made it in my collection.
unfrtunately, this is NOT my collection..., this display is owned by Ken Bist
Interesting addition by Ken Bist:
1:24 Stutz Blackhawk
The models in scale 1:43 have
an extra website, click here
to see it.
Next to some Stutz Blackhawk modelcars, you can find there also some versions of the 1972 Pontiac Grand Prix, and some other related models.
Not every dream car will make it into production of
a model-series, for some it takes years,
Stutz is different, and so the Renwal models were produced even years before the real Stutz made it on the road.
Have a look at the Revival Cars
(scale 1:87, metal kit)
before a lot of work,
and the result:
HotWheels produced a lot of different models of the
I think the most rare (and most expensive) is a "Treasure Hunt" issue.
Stutz Blackhawk "Stutz", one of the first
Black, with trimlines, an early issue, too
Brownmetallic, with trimline
rare Italian version
there was also a bluemetallic one
I'd like to find both versions for my collection!
Treasure Hunt, 1995
a limited model, more rare than the Treasure Hunt
General Mill, Set of 5 different models, containing this Blackhawk
special-issue, based on a Tattoo-car
Final Run Edition, 1999
and here are some converted HotWheels-models:
These two models were given to me from a Stutz-Fan,
they are painted in my favorite color combination.
This model, a converted Tattoo-edition, was converted
by K. Bist.
Hopefully I will have soon the chance to take some better pictures.
Another Convertible, based on the General-Mills-model.
The shipping costs will increase, if this will be the standard delivery-car for stutzy items:
But, I'd like to have that job!
Ken did also some limousine-conversions:
If there is ever a second part of "Harold & Maude",
this will be Harold's car!
I have never seen a hearse, based on a Stutz,
but in an article Mr. O'Donnell mentioned that this is the way to pass away...
I mentioned this to Ken Bist, and he sent me these photo.
Another conversion of a HotWheels model, made by Ken.
Phantastic idea, phantastic car, phantastic model.
Ken put another Bear on wheels, based on a Matchbox-model.
Have a look at the color-combination:
Black / yellow, yes, that's my one!
Thank you very much!!!
On the following pictures, you can have a look, how this Bear was built:
This model, made in Hongkong is showing the design of the Stutz prototype.
Bengt Dahlgren, the owner of the original Hongkong-model made some replica-models for me.
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