This handcrafted large-scale model is similar in appearance to the original Jones Stutz Special that participated at the 1930 Indianapolis 500. It was owned by Cleveland, Ohio Stutz enthusiast and sportsman Milton Jones and driven to a 10th place finish by L. L. Corum. This model had been displayed at the Indianapolis 500 Museum and is constructed of heavy gauge stamped steel, painted gloss black with red pinstriping and vinyl lettering, mounted to an all-steel chassis painted dark red. Sieberling tires are mounted to solid wheels also painted red. Front axle is cast aluminum and features steerable wheels. Both axles are mounted on simulated leaf springs attached to the chassis. The hood top panel lifts off to reveal a simulated four-cylinder engine. There are light surface scratches on the hood and cowling, minor cracks are showing on the solid rubber tires. 30" L x 11" W x 9" H.