Harry C. Stutz left his company in 1919 following its takeover by stock market operator Alan Ryan in 1916. He left behind not only Stutz's reputation as The Car That Made Good in a Day but also the rugged, powerful T-head 16-valve dual ignition four cylinder engine that powered the Stutz Bearcats to legendary status. Stutz coaxed 80 brake horsepower at 2400 rpm out of this engine with stump-pulling torque that made it one of the most powerful cars of its day, sufficient to give Cadillac's 80hp V-8 and Packard's 90hp Twin Six a run for their money. Even with comfortable 4/6-seat touring car coachwork the Stutz Series H performed with nearly as much verve and panache as the sparsely bodied Bearcats. This 1920 Stutz Series H touring car is a wonderful older restoration that is perfect for fast touring or a weekend's cruise. It is finished in red with black fenders, and body color Houck centerlock wire wheels, tan leather upholstery and a black top and has dual side-mounted spares, jump seats, a spotlight at the right-hand driver's disposal and a black leatherette covered trunk with fitted luggage cases. It accelerates briskly in all three speeds in its axle-mounted transmission, a rare and powerful experience that amply rewards enthusiastic driving, a Bearcat with room for the whole family.