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
Engine for sale $3200.00 ?
Serial number 601 engine appears to be free I can rock drive gear by hand and see movement on con rods. I didn't want to go further for fear of wrecking something. There are a couple of broken screws and a cut off bolt on bottom from previous owner. Looks very good otherwise no visible ware on gear, no breaks, cracks or welds.
Any help would be appreciated as I don't know much about it. Including value, I will accept reasonable offers.
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 email@example.com
1903 Stanley Steamer Model C. Original Car. Needs new boiler and burner.
Id Tag 508. Approximately 8 Horsepower.
Please contact for more information.
Brighton Run Eligible.
Based in Woodbury, Conneticut
Contact Robert Biondi. Telephone (203)-525-7083 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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