This 1916 Sturtevant Romano Special was featured at the Hilton Head Concours d’Elegance. The engine is a 555ci aluminum V8, supercharged, making 220hp… with a 3-speed Brown & Life transmission. It’s likely that this engine was made with surplus WW1 aircraft parts, which at the time, were plentiful & cheap. Not so much anymore lol. Because there are only 5 of these engines know to exist, and 3 of them are in museums. Check out this quick 18-second video..