One of five factory cars campaigned in 1932 and 1933, this racy Stude was powered by a 336-cubic-inch straight-eight from the company’s President line, tuned to produce 200 hp at 4000 rpm. The car used stock differential, brakes, steering, and shocks, and managed to top 140 mph (which must have felt like 300 in a modern racer!).

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