1922 735B Stanley Steam Car
This car is quite complete. I'm posting a whole bunch of pictures for consideration. Many parts look to be in great condition aside from dirt, dust, and age. Certainly much will require some refurbishing but if you are considering a Stanley you know all about that! All systems are quite simple, so is their restoration. Its not hard, just different!
There are 5 new tires, the right side are mounted, the others are still wrapped. Spare rim included. This car has a rear mounted trunk and extensions for the spare tire holder. Originally a California top car, included is a fairly complete set of hardware for the California top as well as a folding top and some gathers. Interior components and floorboards are complete with all hardware.
While you are welcome to 1 of 3 "old" boilers, I wouldn't recommend using any of the options. The burner is mostly complete but disassembled. Good for patterns for a new burner. The engine is complete and runs on air. Leaks a little but runs as a Stanley does on air.
Piping is mostly all there from what I can see. Pump pit fittings, wye's etc are there. Water and fuel filters, the essential valves (bypass, main fuel, firing up, etc) are all there. Probably will need a few hand valves to complete. Yarway blow down is there. Steam automatic, fuel automatic, low fuel cutoff, water automatic, etc included. Kidney gauge, service fuel tanks, water tank, hand pumps etc.
Chassis rolls nicely and appears in pretty good order. Body all has some various surface corrosion but not really any serious cancer. Wood is pretty solid. The doors do not all line up 100% but all doors latch at leaet on the first notch. Dash is pretty complete including gauges and lights. I have a speedometer or 2 that would fit. There is an air gauge as well which can be hard to find.
$22500 or best offer.
Send me a message for email or phone number. I have a very similar car here running and is a perfect example for "where everything goes". Stop out to see me and take a ride in my other car!
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