Penelope Pitlane Stutz Black Hawk Supercharged 1929
Vintage and prestige motor car, the 1929 Stutz Le Mans Black Hawk 5.3 litre Supercharged I8.
Historic race car eligible for numerous classic racing events.
Available as a body kit or complete kit with chassis and running gear to assemble into a working 1/32 slot car.
24 Hours of Le Mans 1929
Stutz returned to Le Mans in 1929 with three examples of a revised Black Hawk.
Car No.5 - Team: Stutz Paris
Guy Bouriat and Philippe de Rothschild
5th - 153 Laps
Car No.6 - Team: Colonel Warwick Wright
Capt. George E.T. Eyston and Richard Watney
DNF -104 Laps
Car No.4 - Team: C.T. Weymann
Eduoard Brisson and Louis Chiron
DNF -65 Laps
The wheel arch spats are moulded attached to the body. These are very delicate. We would recommend replacing the resin bars attaching the spats to the body with some thin brass rod. Especially if the kit is being built as a racecar.
Due to the wide selection of parts included in this kit some of the content may differ slightly from that shown.
Photos of the real car
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