1930 Stutz “Jones Special” Indy Race Car SOLD
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This car was entered into the 1930 Indy 500 Race by owner Milton Jones, a Cleveland Sportsman. It is equipped with a 322 cubic inch Challenger 16-value engine. The car was driven by L.L. Corum in the 1930 Indy 500 Race. The car performed flawlessly in the race at an average speed of 85.34 mph, and finished the race in 10th place. The magazine, The Motor, wrote “Perhaps the most meritorious performance of the 1930 Indy 500 race was that of the Jones Special”.

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as of 1/16/2007

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Car 1930 Stutz “Jones Special” Indy Race Car
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