1922 Stanley for sale
It was restored about thirty years ago and has now been idle for about five years. Major stroke forces sale. I'd like to get the car out of the garage before the next fire season forces evacuation, again.
This car has been set up for touring, as per its namesake: It was driven from Santa Rosa, CA to Estes Park, CO for the inauguration of the Stanley Museum in the Stanley Hotel; it was driven from, again, Santa Rosa, CA to Santa Barbara, CA along highway 1; in 2002 it was also shipped to Melbourne, Australia where we met up with it and toured with the Aussies in their first steam car tour. Sue Davis, founder and retired director of the Stanley Museum in Kingfield, ME, said it was the only condensing car able to keep up with non-condensers - that she knew of. The car has a 30hp Bourdon boiler (now almost thirty years old) and a 30hp Crubin burner. It has in it a Nergaard piston valve block with Cunningham chrome moly connecting rods (pictured in photo, hanging on peg board); a stock block with polished ports comes with it, as well as most of a spare rear axle assembly and spare, miscellaneous items and tools, alloy condenser and trailer.
Thanks Ron Parola
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