Among the most beautiful sedans of the Classic Era, the 1930 Stutz Model MB Monte Carlo was built using the patented French “Weymann method”, with outer body panels of colored synthetic leather. This car is one of three known examples produced and resided for many years in the fabled Stutz hoard of A.K. Miller in Vermont, from which it was finally sold in 1985. It was later restored and, in 1990, was exhibited at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, winning Best in Class, the first of several honors it would receive in concours competition. In 2007, this Stutz joined the Automobile Driving Museum of El Segundo, California. There the car has been well-maintained, while continuing to be shown regularly at Southern California events. Now a beautiful older restoration, it is being offered in RM Sotheby’s Online Only: SHIFT/MONTEREY auction to support the Automobile Driving Museum's continued operations.