This extraordinarily rare car is a true “barn find” in original, unrestored condition. I purchased it in 1970 via AACA...
Dr. Simeone discussed one of the most common questions the Simeone Museum is asked, “How did you come to acquire so many special and rare cars?”
Throughout the early 1900’s, leading car manufacturers across Europe competed against one another to provide their customers with the fastest and most maneuverable vehicles. To a majority of the racing world, the Americans were absent. Even to this day, many enthusiasts still refer to the Corvette as America’s first Sports Car. However, despite being small in number, there were American manufacturers that sought glory through winning in the early days of the automobile. This Demo Day covered their story.
Driving Demonstration featuring our 1927 Stutz AA Blackhawk Challenger. Video shot at Developing the American Sports Car #DemoDay at the Simeone Museum.