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Steam Generator and Fan

Steam generator and fan for sale. Made by Pellandine, c 1980s. Stainless steel tubing. Dimensions for the generator are 29” x 16” diameter, and for the fan including casing is 18” x 14”.
£1,000 ono.
David Bartrop: 0115 946 4652


Brand New and unused, although made a few years ago by J.T. Goold Vintage Steam Restorations Ltd. - Still on original delivery pallet.
As used on models K, M, Mountain Wagon (9,12 and 15 seats), Vanderbilt, also models 80, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 809, 810, 811, 812, 820, 821, 822, 825 and Delivery Truck plus some Specials..
Offers to barry@owlshoot.com, tel 044 (0)1482 849380

Steam Car
Steam Traction World Lykamobile
Steam Car approx. 60% supplied by ModelWorks Engineering (Kit Car) wheels, burner, bodywork etc purchased elsewhere. The car is loosely based on a 1904 Locomobile is road registered (2020) and carries a DVLA Vin Number and has a current Steam Certificate.
The car has both a new Riello burner and a 140AH battery and is in steam in approx. 8 minutes.
The wheels have been powder coated, seat is upholstered in real red leather.
All lights in working order.
For transportation purposes the car comes with a Blueline fully enclosed trailer with rear loading ramp and tie down.
Offers in the region of £25,000
For further info please call Terry 07828 433186 (terry551.wickham@btinternet.com)

1912 Stanley Model 75 30hp Roadster
Victor Electric Car
Fully rebuilt in 2017 by the Goolds to the highest standard. Correct aluminium skinned body with enclosed door offering safety and comfort. All brass work professionally lacquered. Gas fired pilot with auto change between gas cyls, and electric sparker. Hydraulic rear brakes, stop light and discrete rear lights, Five flute steam horn and hand bulb horn, large Jones speedometer and two high quality rear view mirrors. A delight to own and drive with plenty of power for any gradient, making it an ideal touring or runabout car.
Call John for price. J.R.Thomson email -   jrathomson@tiscali.co.uk Tel 01373 832919

ModelWorks Likamobile
Steam Traction World steam car
ModelWorks Likamobile. 8 Years Old. Ran for 7 years, has been stood for the last year. Original Boiler, New transformer. SOLD via Steamcar.net

1907 by Victor (SOLD)
Victor Electric Car
This vehicle is a unique electric example built in 1907 by Victor, and is the only one produced. The car spent many years in America where it was on display in a museum, before being imported to the UK. The electrics were completely overhauled, and the vehicle is now fitted with six Odyssey PC2250 high capacity traction batteries, which run for 65 — 75 miles on one full charge, and comes with a Vivian high capacity charging system. Capable of 30mph from the 80 volt motor that is mounted to the rear axle. Fully re-stored to museum standard with both body and chassis in black with gold pinstriping, and black leather upholstery. SOLD

1922 Stanley Model 740D - 20hp (SOLD)
stanley Steamer

1922 STANLEY MODEL 740D - 20HP SEDAN, less than 300 miles since recent completion of a ten year thorough rebuild, new boiler, refurbished engine , new dashboard with refurbished instrumentation, all by John Goold restoraions, new pipework throughout, repainted and new upholstery, coachwork completely refurbished including door frames roof etc. 12 month boiler certificate. SOLD.

FOR SALE: 1901 Locosurrey

The Car was purchased by me in 2006 from Mr Richard Mann of Ohio USA, largely unrestored but complete engine, chassis, springs, steering, axels and wheels.
It also came with a semi finished replica water tank and body (measurements taken from the rotted one Richard had with it. (sadly he burnt the original and hadn’t any photographs- I guess they did that in the 1970’s) I purchased a boiler from Bourdon boiler works in the US (17½ inch wire wound) and built the seats, upholstery, operating mechanisms, steam, water and fuel controls and pipework. I also built the burner, a Stan Otway design incorporating a superheater. I’ve also fitted a Maddison Kip positive displacement oiler. The car is road registered (concessional) here in WA and fires well. I run it on 98 octane petrol at 50 psi and the boiler at 200psi. The safety is set at 220psi.

The car is as original as I can make it, although I have fitted a reversing camera arrangement (removable) to keep an eye on the gauge glass (as its under the rear seat whilst the driver is at the front seat- a design flaw I’d suggest.)

The photos show the general arrangement and I am happy to provide further details as requested.

I am asking $80,000.00 AUD and will assist with transport and shipping.
Dave Hume davehume09@gmail.com

FOR SALE: 1903 Type B Stanley For Sale

Very original 1903 Brighton Run Car. This car has done many Brighton runs and there is a clip on YouTube of 2009 run. This car won the 120 years of Stanley Cartier award at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2017 and the new owner will get the winning Silver Plate with the car. The VCC Certificate of Date No 1980 says it is a Type A but it is registered as a Type B. The VCC also so say this is the most original Type A they have seen. It appears never to have been restored and has always been in running order. I am sure the bodywork has had work done but the engine and pumps seem original. The boiler was replaced in 2015 and the hydraulic certificate runs until 2025.

The next Steam certificate is due in January 2020. In my ownership I have had hydraulic disc brakes fitted which apply to the engine not on the wheels. These are hidden under the car in a box. The car is much safer now on modern roads. She steams up and runs very well and is almost silent. I am including a special hydraulic jack I have had made so the car can be run statically. I also have a tailor made waterproof cover. I have a number of articles of great interest about the car. If you are looking for a genuine original Stanley in very good working order, to take to shows or do the Brighton run look no further. I am now offering this for a firm price of £55K.

The car is near Chichester, West Sussex. Contact Robin Hamilton 07834 039585 robin.hamilton@btconnect.com.

FOR SALE: 1899 Locomobile Replica

Modelworks/Steam Traction World Likamobile, (1899 Locomobile replica) 90% complete. The car needs batteries, the brake callipers leak and need to be rebuilt or replaced and the body panels and seat need final fastening. Two Dietz Kerosene driving lights and tail light included, along with a 4 chime whistle, brass tyre pump and copper oil funnel. $ 21,000 USD or best offer. Contact John Richard Crist, Earlton, New York. Tel: 518-731-9375. Email: crist133@aol.com

FOR SALE: 1914 Stanley Model 607 Open Four Seater Touring Car
An original car in very good condition. New Bourdon Boiler fitted 2015 with boiler certificate to January 2020. Rear axle rebuilt with new half shafts and differential gears carried out by J R Gould. Brakes relined. Price £95,000. Contact Bill Rich 02380 893138 or by Email: bill1914rich@gmail.com.
1911 Stanley Model 70 FOR SALE

Robert Nydam’s 1911 Stanley Model 70 for sale. It is an original, engine #6164, a duplicate of Howard (Dewey) Johnson’s steamer, the only other original 1911 model 70 known to exist.

It has a history dating back to opera star of the 40’s and 50’s, James Melton collection. We also have the original cracked headlight from Melton’s era, which was depicted in a Lil’Abner cartoon. It was sold with his collection at the IRS auction upon Melton’s death to Winthrope Rockefeller and placed on display in his museum in Petit-Jean Mountain, Arkansas. The Stanley was made available and was purchased by dad and his friend, Marvin Young, dad having taken full possession in 1972. He did a full restoration, added hydraulic brakes in the 1990’s, and, as he was a touring enthusiast, used sealed and modern bearings where ever possible. The car is presently located in Chicago, Illinois.

Our family spent decades and hundreds of thousand of miles in what dad called “the greatest motoring pleasure of my life.” The Stanley was the measure of my growth, as we toured in summers and missed but 1 Eastern Steam Car Tour in our decades of steaming. It is with great sorrow we lost dad this February, oddly a day after Tom Marshall. Think Tom asked dad for some assistance firing up a Stanley in heaven!

We know auctions are perhaps the greatest draw, but would prefer to find an enthusiast to run dads car and enjoy the unique driving thrill as he so did. It would be a shame for it to end up in a museum, as is such a great running Stanley. As we lose great Steam enthusiasts of eras past, there seems to always be a new generation to carry on. Attached are a few photos of dads car, we have much paperwork, extra parts, an Ole’ Vikre original prodigious prodder (dad was so proud to have, and Ole and “uncle” to us as kids,)- it seemed proper it stay with the car!
Offers invited. Please contact:
Donna Basler: 312-391-0210 - donnabasler@mac.com

Likamobile FOR SALE

For sale Likamobile, just finished, including trailer.Four wheel hydraulic brakes, new batteries and inverter for electric controls. All paint work is either powder coating or stove enamelled. Boiler certificate until February 2020. Please Contact me, Russ on 01493 751711 to arrange viewing or more details. Asking £20,000 O.N.O

1910 Stanley Steamer Model 72

For sale -1910 stanley steamer- model 72 - 20 h.P. Roadster - serial #5799
I have enjoyed this car for over 23 years. It has a new engine from J.R. Gould, new John Packard pilot light, new stainless boiler cover, new ($7,000.00) wheels, rims, flaps, tubes and tires from coker tire company and much more. Presto lights, work and are safe. It has original high-speed rear end, very fast. I have
$141,000.00 in receipts and will sell for $134,000.00.

Gene Grengs
6360 Whitetail Drive Eau Claire, WI 54701
715 579-6601

1924 Stanley Steamer Model 750b

For sale - 1924 Stanley Steamer Model 750b - seven passenger touring - serial #24021- written document history since the day it left the factory. Great original leather, instruments, new nickel. Engine has new double rings and machined rods. New burner, new Bourdon boiler ($6,000.00), stainless covers, many new Gould valves, many wonderful accessories. Wheels are excellent for tightness and true. New folding top plus original unrestored California top. Been on many tours and is ready to go.

I have over $85,000.00 in receipts and will sell for $79,900.00.

Gene Grengs
6360 Whitetail Drive Eau Claire, WI 54701
715 579-6601

Stanley EX 1907
Very original fully restored Stanely EX 1907 nr. 3511 2/4 seater
Restored in 2017 and in perfect working order with 2017 Bourdon boiler and burner.
Valid boiler certificate.
Delivery possible.
Car is located in the Netherlands
Roel Rasker snorvlieg@home.nl 0031 6 51587687

1914 Stanley Model 607 Black Touring Car with red pinstriping, completely restored and lovingly cared for and run by steam enthusiast.

10HP chassis #7712, original engine from factory 6-1316. Engine updated by
Howard Johnson bulletproofing the engine. Car has been outfitted with hydraulicbrakes.This model included the first steering box, oversized 20 inch boiler, and large 40 gallon water tank filled from outside rear. Side curtains included are correctly hung from top crossbows. Sale includes rear trunk for extra storage and spare tire with storage box in center of tire. Rolled out of the factory June 2, 1914, total production 106 and less than 15 survived. 1914 was the last year of the coffin nose Stanley and driving Stanleys on the right side. Contact Mark Smith at debsmith@tdstelme.net $175,000.
New Locomobile parts for sale

Full set copper gaskets for cylinder top & bottom.
Crankshafts with large central nut in EN8.
Brass ID plate used from about April 1900 to about November 1900 (serial no. 750-1850 approx).
Coleman vaporizer for a Maxwell Pilot.
Maxwell pilot raw casting.
2 pistons – standard bore.
2 sets Clupet style rings – standard bore.
2 piston rods – hard chromed EN8.
2 main bearings – modern 62062RS with O/D ground to fit frame.
Seat spindles.

Please contact hph1000@cam.ac.uk for details and photos.
Howard Hodson, Cambridge.

Model 72 Stanley Steamer

This Stanley has been recently restored to the highest specification by JR Goold Vintage Steam Restorations Ltd. You will find the key features below: -

20 HP (4"x 5") engine geared 51:57.
24" x 14" boiler *
Propane gas pilot
Burner set up to burn 50:50 Kerosene: Petrol
36"x 4" wheels
Long range water tank fitted to increase range to 40-50 miles per filling
Electric rear stop lamps and indicators
Fully repainted in Brewster green and pin-striped
Hydraulic rear brakes
Brassware polished and lacquered
Supplied with current annual steam certificate. Expires October 2019
Irons in seats ready for hood assembly if desired

*The car has undergone it’s ’10 year’ full inspection (removal of boiler from the car, removal of outer lagging, removal of all fittings and internal inspection for boiler fabric and thicknesses) and has undergone a full hydraulic test.

It is immaculately presented and reaches speeds of 55-60mph effortlessly.
Asking price £120,000 o.n.o
If you are looking for a head-turning, ready to go, reliable steam car for many happy years touring, then please do get in touch.
For more information, extra photos or to arrange a viewing, please contact:
Justin/Grant Goold
J R Goold Vintage Steam Restorations Ltd
Tel: 01761 470806
Email: justin@stanleysteamcarparts.co.uk

1922 STANLEY 735B – 20hp

Regent green with straw lining
In same ownership for 18 years.
New boiler in 2005. Re-tubed with new tube plates in 2018.
Very original vehicle, regularly maintained by John Gould Restorations.
Benefits from new side screens, hood cover & tonneau, together with full waterproof cover for trailing.
Reliable 7-seater touring in style. Excellent condition.
Contact: Robert Baker 01787 373171 robert.baker51@outlook.com


I bought these as part of a lot with some Edwardian axles I wanted.

The chassis is 130” wheelbase and is in poor condition with much rust.
The rear axle is free and turns easily. No drums or hubs
The steering box is seized but looks to be easily recoverable with a new inner and outer column.
The wheels seem to be in good condition. Four 25” rims (for 34 by 4.5 tyres.), three wheels, two 12 spoke and one 10 spoke, without centres.
I am in Gloucestershire and could possibly help with delivery depending on where.
I have no idea about price, won’t be a lot but I need to recover some of my outlay.
I prefer to sell as one lot, I would welcome any specific questions or to send more pics.
Any help will be very much appreciated, please let me know if there are any costs.
Kind regards
Mike Raahauge 01386 438601 or 0773 0800 728

Stanley Model 85
stanley Steamer

“If I could only have one Stanley, this would be the one” - Brent Campbell
With plenty of experience in 10-hp, 20-hp, and 30-hp cars, Brent Campbell was aware of the potential of the Stanley 30-hp power plant to create a comfortable, capable cruiser. He and Don Bourdon had mused about the attractiveness of the 1911 Model 70 body. They reviewed the advantages of a 30-hp Stanley power plant. (Don himself had then put over 30,000 miles on a 30-hp 12- passenger Mountain Wagon), and contracted Carl Amsley to build a Model 85 for himself and Don.

Don found a pair of jump seats from a Model 87 and sent them to St. Thomas. Amsley lengthened the body by 4 inches to comfortably accommodate the extra seats, so this is a true seven-passenger car, riding on a 131-inch wheelbase.

Norm Shanklin had also ridden many miles with Brent Campbell in "Big Green," and its capacity and performance inspired him to create his own 30-hp touring car. He commissioned Mark Herman to build a Model 85 body for him alongside the body he was building for Barry Herbert (this latter car is the one now for sale). Herman had just finished a meticulously researched run of five Model 70 bodies, so he had a thorough understanding of the visual characteristics to be emulated by the larger body. He also brought Don's Model 85 to his shop for study and measurement. As the construction of Barry's body became synchronized with that of Norm’s, it received the same strengthening sub frame upgrades. It rests on a 132 inch wheelbase.

Barry also added his own specialized improvements to the fundamental Stanley concepts. He installed a steam-powered water pump, allowing adjustment of boiler water level with out jacking a wheel. For pilot reliability, he used propane with continuous automatic spark lighting. He added front disc brakes to the rear hydraulic brakes, making the braking of this heavy car as good as any modern car. He assigned the number 6054 to the car, named it the "Wolds Waggoner," and in May of 2000, "Late Model 85 #7" made its debut. Performance was as strong as expected, and Barry enjoyed the car for some time touring the U,K., USA and Australia, before selling it to Bryan Richmond-Dodd, who sold it to Jeff Theobald, who campaigned it endlessly. It cruises comfortably at 50 MPH.

After Theobald's untimely passing, the car was repurchased by its original creator, Barry Herbert, who reports that the car has now covered about 25,000 miles. He has recently replaced the boiler with a new Don Bourdon wire-wound one, and installed a new burner and carried out a major renovation of the whole car including a full strip down, repaint. an additional rear Water Tank which incorporates a tool box. a GPS Speedometer, and replaced the wheels with new Calimer wooden wheels and new tyres.

Over the past 30 years, a new family of nine remarkable Stanleys has been created. The idea started with a couple of accomplished Stanley operators who wanted to expand their driving experience to cover long distances at comfortable road speeds with plenty of passengers. They enlisted talented designers, engineers, and fabricators; added their own considerable talents; and created an attractive and highly capable version of a Stanley. The repeated demonstration of these cars' practicality and performance then inspired others to create similar cars. Although there are variations in design and personal preference, all of these cars are highly regarded by their owners and in many instances continue to be their reliable touring car of choice.

(For full details of the History of the 9 Model 85's - See “The Steam Car” Issue 55 Page 8, Also see Issue No. 3 - Page 27, No, 4 - Page 18, No.. 5 - Page 30, No, 7 - Page 34, and No. 8 – Page16. All relating to the building and operating of this car.)

And Now is your chance to own one, as the Seven Seat Stanley 85 Number 6054 is FOR SALE at £145,000, after just completing a full body off restoration.

Please contact: Barry Herbert, Tel. 0044 (0)1482 849380 or Email: barry@owlshoot.com

Stanley 1919 735B
stanley Steamer

I have a Stanley 1919 735B for sale. It is a good and fast running car with a 26" new Bourdon boiler New crankshaft bearings RVS burner plate. Very good tyres.
Bob Bruin, Netherlands.
Enquiries to: bruinbob@zonnet.nl

1906 Stanley Model H
stanley Steamer

Unique opportunity to own a legendary Stanley Model H “Gentleman’s Speedy Roadster” as this is the only 1906 H in existence. The fastest production car in the world at the time, America’s first sports and “muscle” car. Just completed 21 year absolutely correct restoration of an original car that had been in the same family since 1915 when it was purchased to take on a honeymoon trip to Yosemite National Park from near San Francisco, documented in photos.

Fred Marriot called the Model H “the best Stanley for all around road use and hill climbing, better than the Model K”, Fred took a Model H to the British Isles in 1906 and as he said “cleaned up” in all the competition classes.

Less than 20 miles since restoration which included all new wood body and Bourdon boiler with everything else rebuilt, no expense spared. This is as close to the car as it was built as it can be, with no concession to modern driving, no hydraulic disc brakes, sight glasses cut into the body, electric pumps or lights, seat warmers, etc.

Participated in the Pebble Beach Concours D’elegance in 2017 and see the professional video produced by the Wall Street Journal newspaper on YouTube.

For sale for $150,000 which is $50,000 below the cost of restoration, as I am now retired and have no place to store the car or trailer safely.
Curt Brohard, curtbrohard@gmail.com

Likamobile Boiler - Wanted
Does anybody have a Likamobile Boiler (Steam Traction World - ModelWorks model) for sale or can somebody build one for me including certification to AD2000?
Contact: Charles Whitworth, Tel: 0049 7023 908616, Email: charles.whitworth@t-online.de

1910 Stanley 10 HP Model 60
stanley Steamer
Good running 4-seater car, new wheels, brakes and boiler, boiler inspection and pressure test (to 575 psi) valid to 2.8.18, taxed to 1.8.18. Car #5491, engine and running gear original to car number. Veneer/ply has been renewed and body and fittings have been freshly repainted. Excellent climbing performance. Paperwork includes photographs and US road registration running as a racer in the 1920s (as seen in club mag). Auxiliary Weir water pump to fill boiler, useable down to 100 psi. Pilot lit by spark ignition and 2 x 3.9kg cyl auto changeover propane system, pure petrol starter, runs on 50/50 diesel/petrol. Extra gauges showing propane, steam chest and lubrication oil press. Kit available to measure fore and aft water pump pressures. View in Kensington W8.
Please speak to Michael Parr 07734 983333 or email m_parr@hotmail.co.uk

1908 EX Stanley

Due to other interests, I am selling my 1908 EX Stanley, which I have owned for approximately 15 years. Runs well. History known and documented since 1967. This is an original car with its original engine, as is shown by correct engine serial number for its year, 1908. As one would expect for such an old car, it is not cosmetically perfect. The car is here in the San Francisco Bay area, and is licensed in California. Reduced asking price: $72,000. Will consider reasonable offers. My phone number is 415-435-1096. My email is w1rothman@gmail.com

1901 Mobile Stanhope

1901 Mobile Stanhope 6 HP S.N. 3137 - asking $60,000

This car was restored and used by Bob Mead. (I believe it is eligible for the annual London to Brighton Vintage Car Run in the UK which is limited to 1904 cars and earlier.)
Enquiries can be made to:
Andi Mead


1899 Locomobile Stanhope, $55,000. Restored and used by Bob Mead. Enquiries can be made to:
Andi Mead

1905 Stanley Steamer FX

1905 Stanley Steamer FX Sidebar Tiller for Restoration.
Serial Number 1862. One of only Two known sidebar tiller steers. Car is 75% complete. Needs Boiler and restoration. $39,500 or best offer. Please contact me for additional details or pictures. JMalagutti@aol.com

1903 Stanley Steamer Model C

1903 Stanley Steamer Model C for Restoration
6.5 Horsepower. 14 Inch boiler, good original running gear. In process of painting body. This car is 95% complete. $37,500 or best offer. Please contact me for additional details or pictures. JMalagutti@aol.com
1903 Grout Roadster

10 HP steam car - restored. With top. Eligible for London to Brighton.
Further Pictures on request.
$ 68,000
Contact:- Robert Collins, 1120 So. East St., Amherst, Mass., 01002. USA
Phone:- 1-413-256-8001

White 1909 Double fuel tank with fittings or fittings alone. So condition of tank is not important as long as the fittings are there. Contact Chris Relf, Rose Vale Farm Kerris Penzance TR19 6UX.
Email relf.pz@gmail.com

Steam Traction World LikamobileMilwaukee steam car engine
I am selling a Milwaukee steam car engine (serial no. 231) on behalf of my Grandfather. The engine runs on compressed air and has been used for demonstrations hence the adapter valve, selector lever and steel frame. For further details please contact my Grandfather John - tel: 01473 652543 or Arthur - tel: 01437 828167 email: arthurglazin@gmail.com

Unique 3 wheeler steam car with compound 'V' engine, like a Morgan.
Likamobile Runabout
, tiller steer, oil fired.
Ill health forces sale.
For further details please contact:- W Chorlton on 01565 651459

Stanley for sale1904 CX Runabout--Ser #821---Body #918
London to Brighton eligible. Museum quality restoration of a very original 04 Stanley Runabout. Run only on jack stands (2ft of snow etc) New Don Bourdon boiler. All piping and valves new. Checks and throttle rebuilt. More info and photos available by email: b1908buick@gmail.com
$78,000.00 US BOB NICE

Stanley for sale
Stanley for sale1922 Stanley 735B
7 seat steam car
Totally restored 7 years ago. Hardly used since.
Ring John, for a detailed description, on 0161 761 1056. Offers invited over £70,000

Wanted by Enthusiast...
New build steam car, possibly Likamobile or steam car designed and built by Model Engineer. Anything considered. Please contact Roy Chapman on 01268 414009

Stanley for saleBrass Lamps
For sale: Pair of handed Lucas King of the Road Lamps Number 723 and 724. Lamps are in good condition complete with tanks and burners etc... They are approximately 12'' high to the top of the handles. The lamps are dented in places, and on the rear has a small crack in the brass.
£475 + Postage James 07933 131 922

Stanley for sale1923 Stanley 740
1923 Stanley 740 touring car, excellent condition, restored back to its original
glory, owned & operated by John Packard for 18 years,
Asking price is $90,000.
Call or e-mail at 508-434-0739.
Stanley for sale

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, jmlowe51@yahoo.co.uk

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"

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