1914 Stutz Bearcat Design Pattern
NEW! The Stutz Bearcat was a favored status symbol in early automotive history. It began production in 1912 and quickly gained attention with its 360 cubic inch, 4 cylinder "L" head engine and 60 horse power as it won significant auto races in that era.
This plan package includes dozens of photographs, drawings and full size patterns. Included in the plan are patterns and instructions for building this classic auto including two styles of wheels common on that model. Also patterns and text outlining all the detailed parts, turned parts and various options. Included is instructions for making the base and printable text for the display name plaque and the highway sign. More features of your own could be added or leave parts off to simplify the project. Wheels and brass accents are outlined in the plan. For intermediate to advanced woodworkers.
The finished vehicle is 12 1/4″ long, 5″ wide, 5″ high The display base:18″ long x 10 1/4″ wide