Original car with history (not a recent rebuilt), many original features (original victoria top, original lamps, original wings-fenders), runs exactly as in 1900, Royal Veteran Car Club Belgium homologated. Price 59000 euros. SOLD
Telephone-003271799329-Based in Saint-Gerard.
Stanley Model 60 engine as spare or to restore
Number 6X 625 on frame dates it to 1911. Frame rods and block seem in good order, block flanges crack tested and seem OK. Missing pistons, piston rods, and connecting rods, all of which are parts which would normally be replaced in restoration.
Also lacks valve slides and valve chest cover. Includes new cranks made in EN 24T and a new high ratio 47 tooth crank gear and the exhaust manifold. I had intended to use this engine in a proposed steam special in a light vintage chassis, however a recent house move and other projects make the completion of this unlikely.
As seen £950. Buyer to collect Harrogate area. email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fully restored by Basil Craske and his employees in 2013.
An ongoing article recording the restoration,improvements and major repairs of the car to Basil's specifications, can be found in the online magazine of this website.
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: email@example.com
1906 Stanley Steam car Model H for sale
Just completed a 21 year absolutely correct and perfect professional 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 NP. It will be your only opportunity to purchase an 1906 legendary Model H as it is the only survivor.
Fred Marriot, Stanley factory driver, said the Hs were the best Stanleys made for all around road use and hill climbing, better than the heavier K. An H officially clocked 80 MPH on the beach at Daytona/Ormond in 1906, it was the fastest production car in the world, America’s first “muscle car”.
Every last detail was researched to make this restoration correct, you can be confident this is how the Stanley factory built this car.
This is no warmed over 1950 “restoration”. NOW SOLD
Featured in the Wall Street Journal in Jan 2017,
See the UTube video made by the WSJ. Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance participant this year.
Priced at $150,000 which is over $65k less than cost of restoration.
Curt Brohard firstname.lastname@example.org
Rear wicker basket suitable for CX.
Dimensions 29 1/2" x 12" x 12". 3 lid straps. Good condition. Offers invited. Collect London W8.
Michael Parr. Phone 07734983333 (+44 7734983333)
1905 Stanley Steamer FX Sidebar Tiller for Restoration.
Sold or best offer. Please contact me for additional details or pictures.
Model 730 7-pass condensing steamer is 1 of 3 known. Last documented steamed Sept 10, 1972 in Sacramento, California. Honest down to the original linoleum on the floorboards and running boards. When fully restored expect steady 45+mph near-silent touring. Comes with free & clear title signed over to you. You would need to have a U.K. acceptable boiler and burner fabricated. Included, not shown are:
Asking $31,500, what I have in it."Alex Joyce
PO Box 50336
Nashville, TN 37205
Sold at Bonhams GREENWICH CONCOURS D'ELEGANCE AUCTION 3 June 2018, for US $19,040
(£ 14,251) inc. premium
1902 Gardner-Serpollet Type F "ŒUF DE PÂQUES"
Base chassis type F
Serial number 467
French collection title
The rebuilding of this mythical automobile has been carried out for more than 10 years by its current owner. An important file of exchanges of letters describing all these stages of remaking will be given to the purchaser. In 2010, this Gardner Serpollet found the Promenade des Anglais, 108 years after his feat at the wheel of his owner!
Being sold at Osenat Auctions Automobiles et Motos de Collection 2019
Click here more more information.
This 10 hp Stanley Model 63, is a well known car which has successfully toured in Europe and England.
The car is in good running order, a covered trailer is included in the price. .
Price . In the region of £70000.00.
For more information contact . Sold
1901 Toledo Model A Steam Runabout
Registration no. not UK registered
Chassis no. XXXVI
*Arguably the best of the early steam cars
*Restored in the USA in 1995
*Previously displayed in the Blackhawk Museum
*Owned by the Key Museum since circa 2012
Bonhams are auctioning a 1901 Toledo steam carriage on April 9th at Goodwood Members Meeting.
Don Bourdon Boiler for sale.
measures 18 1/2 inches dia 14 1/4 inches high. has had 20 hours use.
Burner to fit boiler had 20 hours use
Electronic water gauge and dash gauge
£300.00 Now Sold
Reason for sale. Changing to mono-tube generator and spinning cup burner.
John Liming. England. Phone. 01953 788376 email email@example.com.
1910 Stanley Model 71
New Bourdon Boiler fisted last year.All stainless steel fittings used both for top and bottom inlets and outlets.
10 year boiler certificate issued.
Recent brake upgrades to include,hydraulic rear brakes and newly installed front disc brakes.
New updated water pumps installed.
New Vintage steam copper fuel pressure tanks fitted.
All brass work lacquered.
Front end of Car repainted and lined.
Full set of side widows.
This car has successfully toured in England and Europe.
Asking price £100000.00 approximately $130000.00
Contact Dean Rogers
Phone +44 (0) 1327 301030
1912 Stanley model 75, 30 HP special
Fully road registered (UK)
New, fully certified, CE Marked 30 HP wire wound boiler, supplied with all
material certs (complies with European and world wide boiler regs).
30 HP engine (wet)
This car really is an exciting car to drive. It handles beautifully and
really does run well. Having the 30 HP engine, the car has all the power it
needs to cope with the most arduous of slopes, and runs faultlessly on all
types of roads. The wind shield offers great protection from the elements
and being an Aluminium skinned body, with enclosed door(correct for 1912),
the driver and passenger are offered a great deal of warmth and safety,
often lost on the earlier 'coffin nosed' Stanleys. This is a great touring
or runabout car. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Contact: Grant Goold, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Twin brothers Francis and Freelan Stanley built their first steam-powered car in 1897 in Watertown, Massachusetts and sold more than 200 by 1899, making them the most successful U.S. automaker at the time. They sold the design to Locomobile in 1899 and, three years later, founded the Stanley Motor Carriage Co. The Stanley steamer is the most recognizable steam car to this day and are the most reliable and well designed steam cars ever built. Although steam power for the automobile fell out of favor, it was still a very efficient and very powerful way to propel the automobile. In 1906, the Stanley Rocket achieved 127 MPH driven by Fred Marriott and one year later at Ormand Beach, Florida it achieved 150 MPH.
This particular Stanley offered here is one of the most original untouched Stanley Steamers to exist today with known history since new. This is a 1914 Model 606 roadster that has been off the road since 1949 (still wearing its 1949 Connecticut license plates). The model 606 is the last of the "coffin nose" Stanley's before the transition to a more modern nose offered later. It is a 10 horsepower model, but a late 10 horse which has a much larger boiler giving it a lot more power then the earlier 10 horse cars.
Sold new in 1914 to the Fodor family of Norwalk, Connecticut through the Stanley Steamer dealer located in Norwalk, Connecticut. The car was driven leisurely until 1949 when it was stored away in the Fodor family carriage house where it would remain until 1993 when Manny Dragone discovered the car still in the carriage house and still in Norwalk, CT where it had been for its entire existence. It was then sold to a well known Connecticut collector where it has remained in the same condition since then. It is an absolutely amazing original Stanley that has never left Connecticut. There are more Stanley's that exist today than there were 30 years ago, so to find one as original as this is almost unheard of. Although it has not been run since 1949 the car is very untouched and looks to be in very good mechanical condition and really wouldn't take much to get it back in running order. Original Stanley's just did not survive and this is a chance to own a pure original 606 roadster with known provenance since new and publicly offered for sale for the first time since 1914.
Contact Dragone Classic Motor Cars
or Visit https://dragoneclassic.com/
Stanley Steamer 1910. 30 HP. Make an offer
A pleasure to drive and a real head turner. this car was restored in 1995 by Jerry Stoneman.
New items installed by present owner include a New Boiler, new Bourdon burner and pilot, tires and water tanks.
Health and age are the reasons for reluctant sale of this fabulous Stanley Steam Car.
Selling Price Make an offer
Netherlands. Telephone 0031-(0)527-201923 or 0031(0)22211966
1909-10 WHITE STEAM ENGINE
Monroe, WA1909 model '0' WHITE Sold
Kept in a private collection and stored dry for nearly 50 years.
A MUST SELL ESTATE ITEM!
ASKING $3,500.00 OBO
Shipping available or local pickup
Steven P Williams
Gold Bar, Washington
10 hp, Stanley Steam car, Veteran Car Club Belgium homologated,
Bought in Canada in 1986, more than 7000 kilometers since total restoration, boiler tested SOLD Thanks for putting the ad. The car is now sold in France.
Telephone-003271799329-Based in Saint-Gerard.
Price 99000 euros.
"We are PR for the UK classic car auction company, Historics at Brooklands. We have an interesting Stanley Vanderbilt Cup tribute steam car built in the UK coming to Historics next major auction on May 20..."
Here is the link to the reference to the car, where you will also see low resolution photographs:
Vanderbilt Cup Racer
I look forward to hearing from you.
My thanks and best wishes, Sold
Historics at Brooklands
M: +44 7860 882580
T: +44 1491 845335
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.
Mike Raahauge 01386 438601 or 0773 0800 728
This English registered car is for sale in very good operating condition with current boiler certificates, ready for use.
£POA NOW SOLD
Contact Preston Services Tel +44 (0)1227 722502 or email email@example.com
Contact Andi Mead FOR MORE DETALS REGARDING THIS WELL RESTORED STEAM CAR.
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