Stanley Steamer 7 passenger touring 740B 1922 for sale
This is one of the best running Stanley Steamers around. When warmed up this car can maintain over 50 mph on level ground. Most of the time you can run 75 miles on a tank of water. The boiler has 821 tubes as opposed to the 670+/- normally in a 24 inch boiler.
The steaming system has four thermocouples installed to tell how the car is steaming. One reads the water temperature coming out of the water tank. One reads the water temperature after the water comes out of the feed-water heater and one reads the steam temperature as it goes to the steam chest on the engine and a forth one reads the steam exhaust temperature as it comes out of the engine.
This is an all original car that was restored in 1996-1997. Restoration included taking out a few dents and repainting the body, fenders and skirts. All new leather tufted upholstery and California top. Having a California top the inside even has a head liner. The car also has new side curtains.
UNITED STATES Phone:309-310-3313
Details for Stanley Steamer 7 passenger touring 740B 1922 for sale
Make:Stanley SteamerType:7 passenger touringCoach:740B Year:1922
"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,
Historics at Brooklands
M: +44 7860 882580
T: +44 1491 845335
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