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Stanley Parts, 725/735/740
20hp engine, hand water pump, diff CW & pinions, water level automatic, throttle valve, boiler check valve and other parts. Contact John Lowe, firstname.lastname@example.org
1910 Stanley Steamer Model 70
1910 Stanley Steamer Model 70, with a 20 hp engine, is fully restored and in excellent condition. It has a great steam generating special Baker Burner. Good steam and good speed over 40 mph highway cruising. This is a Carl Amsley (now deceased) reconditioned and restored Stanley with an engine from a later model condensing Stanley. Chassis No. 5522. Car is listed in the Stanley Register under 1910 Model 70, see www.stanleyregister.net . This “Brass” car has won awards. Car has been run regularly and upgraded for 5 years by current owner.
The current owner is the American Representative of the Steam Car Club of Great Britain.
Pictures Available. Reason for sale: Health
Dr. Thomas Dawson $185,000
Laconia, New Hampshire
1910 Model 71 20 HP Stanley
1910 Model 71 20 HP Stanley for sale. Restored about 7 years ago and steamed regularly. Correct non condensing engine converted to bronze crosshead guides instead of the ball bearings. Hard chromed piston rods. Correct gearing, 48-60 ratio. Correct lights professionally polished and clear coated. Original gauges. Two fuel system with pilot tank. Wire wound boiler by Alan Kelso. Penberthy reflex water gauge. Original pumps, fuel and steam automatics. Mostly new valves from Goold. All correct new fittings from Art Hart. 36" X 3 1/2" clincher tires on original 29 inch lock ring wheels. Very nice black leather upholstery. Nice top with roll down windshield. I was told this car's running gear came from a car discovered in Colorado many years ago by Wayne Leonard. The new body was made by Loren Burch perhaps 12 years ago. Nicely sorted out and ready to tour. More photos available.
price $150,000.00 US
1925 Stanley Steam Car - Phaeton
(Touring Car) Mode
Car has full history back to a used car lot in 1930.
1925 Stanley Steam Car - Phaeton (Touring Car) Model
Serial Number 25007, Model SV-252A
This is probably the only running un-restored, Stanley SV in existence.
This car ran very well in September 2013.
This is the second earliest 1925 Stanley documented to have survived. It is the 7th car produced by the Steam Vehicle Corporation of America of Newton, MA, one of only 53 produced in 1925.
$115,000 USD. Would Consider Trade for A White Steam Car
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Toy Steam Engines
Collection of 150 toy steam engines, mostly German prewar (Bing, Doll, Falk, Fleischmann, Marklin, Plank etc.) CD ROM of items available on request. Price £17,500.
Contact:- Poul Wichmann, Kildeagerhusene 9, DK-2690 Karlslunde, Denmark"
1925 Brooks Sedan, one of about 250 built, only know of 5 remaining and two still running, this is the only original unrestored Brooks that runs.
Vin 26065, spare engine, rear axle, burner grate, madison kip lubricator, water tank, Most small parts and literature go with car, such as headlight lens, pilot lights and gauge, and such hardware left
from other scrapped brooks.
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Don A. Bourdon
112 Bourdon Road
P.O. Box 55
Woodstock, VT 05091
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The following Stanleys are being
offered for sale
1909 Model E2 10hp Roadster
1918 Model 735 7-passenger 20hp touring (older restoration)
1919 Model 735 7-passenger 20hp touring with wire wheels
1922 Model 740 7-passenger 20hp touring with California top
1916 Model 725 5-passenger 20hp touring
1917 Model 728 7-passenger 20hp touring
1921 Model 735 4-passenger 2 door coupe 20hp touring
1923 Model 740 5-passenger 20hp sedan
1923 Model 740 5-passenger 20hp sedan with opera window
1924 Model 750 5-passenger 20hp touring
Contact: Allen Blazick - E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell phone: 510-861-7653.
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