I've remembered where I have come across the name Stutz before.
There was a TV series called Bearcats! that featured Rod Taylor and Dennis Cole. It was a western set in 1914 and the the two leads used a Stutz Bearcat. Not sure if it was shown in the UK as I was living in the Republic of Ireland at the time (1971) and it was shown on RTE.
It also features in a Velvet Underground song written by Lou Reed in 1970 ('Sweet Jane'), the line goes ''ridin' a Stutz Bearcat Jim, those were different times''.
I'm not a massive Elvis fan either, although I don't dislike him and he did a few songs which I did like. To me, his best stuff was all late in his career, after his 68 Vegas TV special which re ignited his music career. I liked Suspicious minds, In the Ghetto, and his last two before he died, Moody Blue and Way Down. I also liked the remix of A little less conversation which was released in the early 2000s.
I really enjoyed perusing these snaps Gene, thanks for posting. I love most of the cars on show there. They all look fantastic prepared. Are they up to scratch close up Gene? The Lincolns are lovely looking Americana and I must say the Mercedes 600s are a fine looking limo. That's all for now errr Thankyou Very Much ahaa.