This 1921 Stutz Model K Roadster is the same as a Bearcat, just with a more practical and comfortable roadster body on a 10" longer 130" wheelbase. It is powered by the famous, powerful Stutz 361 cubic inch 16-valve 4-cylinder T-head engine rated 30.6hp using the NACC formula but pulling no less than 80 hp on the brake at the negligible engine speed of 2,400 rpm. Like all Stutz’s through 1921 it is righthand drive and has rear wheel expanding shoe drum brakes, a three-speed transmission mounted in unit with the differential on the rear axle and friction shocks. It is a very nicely restored example finished in Red with black fenders, black leather upholstery and a Black cloth folding top. Red center lock wire wheels carry black wall tires and there is a pair of matching spare wheels and tires mounted on the rear deck. The windshield folds for maximum speed and sporting effect but there are beveled glass windwings for protection. Among gauges behind the man-sized wood rim 4-spoke steering wheel is an attractive rim wind clock. The radiator has both a Stutz motometer and a 1921-22 Massachusetts Safety Council "Safe Roads" member plaque. The restoration was done right and is extremely nice with no evident paint problems or wear. Combining the performance of a Bearcat with the weather protection and greater interior room of its roadster body, this is bound to be an exciting ride. 1921 was the year Allan Ryan squeezed Harry Stutz out of his company and marks the end of the most important era at Stutz.