July 11, 2021


Stutz Motor Car Company of America (1928)

Indianapolis, Indiana

This is a Stutz Black Hawk radiator emblem (1928)    sam
Size: 48mm diameter    MM: Unknown

The Black Hawk speedster was an eight-cylinder 110 hp Stutz that appeared in racing events in 1927 and was so successful that it was named AAA Stock Car Champion for that year. The Black Hawk was rated as America's fastest production car after achieving a two-way average speed of 106.53 mph at Daytona Beach in 1928.

Two-passenger and four-passenger Black Hawk speedster models were offered for 1928 only. Total production of the Black Hawk is not known but is likely to have been limited.


The white, blue and black enamel Black Hawk radiator emblem shown above is extremely rare.

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