Can any body help please.
I am attempting to find someone with a steam powered vehicle to attend a hobby enthusiast expo at the USS Iowa in San Pedro, Port of LA on May 7th. I have been unable to find anyone that has such a vehicle in the area. I know Jay Leno has quite the collection and we have spoken before, but I wouldn't imagine this event will be far too public for someone of his celebrity to attend. Do you know any individuals that may be inclined to help me out?
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Check out these recently re-discovered documents depicting three Stanley's, entered by British Stanley Agents Galloways of Gateshead, hill climbing performance at Ragpath Hill Climb in 1907, along with a document informing the public of Galloways' sister premises in London.
Check out the magazine as part 3 has been posted.
Check out these photos from Mikkel Posselt from Denmark of the re-boilering and re-plumbing of his 1919 Stanley 735A. He hopes to have the car running again by the spring and informs us that he will then send us more photos when the car is back on the road!
I have a steam engine similar to a Locomobile or Stanley engine.
It has the letters "G. A. & M. & Co." cast on the underside of the cylinders.
It is a twin cylinder with a Stephenson type linkage.
I have heard it may be manufactured by the Geneva Automobile Manufacturing Company.
Can anybody help identify this engine for me. Any other information would be appreciated.
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Pat Farrell found this great site with the on going story.
An interesting build using a Model A Ford chassis and miscellaneous things found from around the shop. See at: [www.jalopyjournal.com]
I thought you would like to see an original Conrad boiler just out of the car for cleaning, restoring a threat and a fresh pressure test.
The Conrad is part of the collection of cars in The Danish Technical Museum in Helsingør
, Per Nielsen
We believe this steam car is going to be auctioned in England. Can anybody help us with the history of the car.
-Martin Nutter Nice looking steamer.
Trevor Gurr Prefer yours
Jan Arnett what a rare bird
Keith Sparks very nice.....would be nice to have
Michael Zerega Stanley engine car?
Donald Hoke No Idea! Nothing in the Virtual Steam Car Museum about this fellow.
Chris Wedgwood Its is in light steam power and the Bolsover magazine, a very well known car, Stanley engine and Monotube generator, not a great car but interesting.
George Hounslow I have one of those articles, from Light Steam Power in Novemeber 1959. Here it is:
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