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Four-Passenger Bulldog Special
Stutz > [Model 4C]

Four-Passenger Bulldog Special (United States of America, 1916)

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© photo courtesy of: David McNeese / RM Auctions
Stutz Four-Passenger Bulldog Special
basic info
spec rating
Portugal PT
United Kingdom GB
United Kingdom United Kingdom
United States of America US
United States of America United States of America
Engine
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Type
Tourer
Displacement
390 cu in
Doors
4
Maximum torque
--
Seats
4
Wheel Drive
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Luggage Space
--
Transmission
3, Manual
Fuel
Petrol
Power-to-weight
--
Kerb weight
--
safety rating:
NCAP
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fuel efficiency
--
CO2 emissions
--
Displacement
390 cu in
max power
60 hp
acceleration 0-100 km/h
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top speed
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price
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loan
--
ownership cost:
annual
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insurance
--
Fuel
--
service
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tyres
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about this car

Although they were overshadowed by the Bearcat and frequently forgotten, Stutz built roadsters and touring cars from the very beginning, and then sedans from 1915 onward. Most of these, however, had the same Wisconsin four-valve, twin-ignition T-head engine and transaxle gearbox as the Bearcat, with the Bulldog tourer being the case in point. The Bulldog was introduced for 1915, and it was extended in 1916 as the Bulldog Special. The Bulldog Special came with a wheelbase that was extended 10 inches to 130, a wood-finish vanity cabinet in the rear compartment, aluminum trim in the front and rear, and Hartford shock absorbers. Other than the wheelbase and the passenger amenities, it was a Bearcat in every sense. As time passed, few survived intact, as the possibility of cutting them down for Bearcat replicas was entirely too tempting.


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Stutz Four-Passenger Bulldog Special
Stutz Four-Passenger Bulldog Special
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21.02.14
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