Lindberg Stutz Racer – 1/16

Lindberg Stutz Racer 1914 – Mud and Glory

  • scale: 1/16
  • manufactured by: Lindberg USA
  • Year of release: 1977
  • parts: approx 50
  • build time: 50+ hours

The Stutz Motor Company was an American producer of luxury cars based in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Production began in 1911 and continued until 1935. The brand reappeared in 1968 under the aegis of Stutz Motor Car of America, Inc., and with a newly defined modern retro-look. Although the company is still active today, actual sales of factory produced vehicles ceased in 1995. Throughout its history, Stutz was known as a producer of fast cars (America’s first sports car) The Stutz Racer – 1914

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The Build

I built this model some years ago, and as you may have seen if you follow the site, I’ve recently been photographing some older car kits I’ve done way back when. I remember opening the box to find very few parts, no chromed and no clear parts, sparse detailing, but it doesn’t really detract from the kit, it actually builds into a fairly decent base model, which requires some careful painting to bring it to life, and i went for a  mud track racing legend in all its dirty glory….

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The Stutz Racer

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