The Stutz Motor Company, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, produced a series of luxury and fast sports cars for the rich and famous. Production began in 1911 to 1935.
Stutz entered the 1911 Indianapolis 500 and placed 11th, earning the slogan "the car that made good in a day." The next year the company began selling high-performance roadsters such as the Stutz Bearcat.
In 1927, Stutz set the world speed record, averaging 68 mph for 24 hours. Stutz won the AAA Championship winning every race and every Stutz entered finished the race.