Cars and Parts For Sale
Steam Cars for Sale
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.
1908 EX Stanley
Due to my advancing age, and my other interests, I am selling my 1908 EX Stanley, which I have owned for
approximately 15 years. It runs well. As the attached pictures show, it is not cosmetically perfect. The asking price, after my having done my best to research prices of such cars, is $83,000. The car is in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is licensed in California, My telephone number is 415-435-1096 Bill Rothman
Milwaukee 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: email@example.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
2007 Likamobile spindle seat runabout fun vehicle, ideal introduction to steam, extra features include economiser, superheater, battery changeover, several spares, drawings and instructions. Also Ifor Williams DG85 Trailer with ramp, cover and winch.
Total price £20,000 ono
Contact: David Draper Tel 01788 542869 email firstname.lastname@example.org
1904 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: email@example.com
$78,000.00 US BOB NICE
1919 Stanley 735B Steam Car
Chassis No. 19376
A rare vehicle that came to light after many years of obscurity. Original documents supplied show that this was originally a Californian vehicle being registered to Tom Wade of Wilmington in 1929, then Faye Wade of Pico sold it to George Read of Santa Ana in April 1957 who sold it to Nels Grofthold in February 1963. By this time it was recorded as having no body and the car seems to have lain low for nearly 30 years, it next appears in the ownership of a Robin Downing of Dyfed in 1991 who, in a letter to the Stanley Museum stated that the car was about to be shipped. There are also two letters from Michael Ware, curator of Beaulieu National Motor Museum explaining the cars historical importance for the sake of Customs and Excise. Other letters reveal that it was certainly purchased without a body but was originally fitted with a touring body and a quantity of spares came with it. The car then passed to a family ownership in the midlands where the correct type body was sourced and of the right age, the enthusiast owner embarked on a total restoration and it is related that the boiler, condenser, engine etc all saw extensive work. Clearly the restoration was nearly complete when sadly the owner passed away, the Stanley remained in dry heated storage, untouched for over a decade and was then sold by Cheffins in April 2012 into enthusiast ownership who completed the restoration including a completely renewed interior with Bentley Beluga black leather button back upholstery, a complete new hood and frame, new battery with re -wired lights and a new windscreen. Rallied and shown since the last phase of restoration and now offered for sale with boiler certification and in full running order. £49,000 o.n.o
Tel: 01502 478268, Mobile 07836 620506. E.mail firstname.lastname@example.org
1922 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
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
07933 131 922
1923 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.
1904 Stanley Steamer CX
1904 Stanley Steamer CX 10 Horsepower Serial Number 1163
Formerly of the James Melton collection, purchased and restored by Steam enthusiast Louis Biondi in the mid 1960's. This car was a National Show winner at Hershey in 1968. Car is a proven runner from the old Woodstock Steam Tour in Connecticut.
One of the finest, and most original Stanley CX's in existance.
Asking price $98,500 US Dollars
More pictures available upon request. Please email: JMalagutti@aol.com
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, email@example.com
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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