Locomobile Steam Car engine once owned by my Grandfather. It was subsequently given to my father more than 40 years ago. I stored it in his shop. When he passed the engine was given to me. However, I have no use for it and would like to see it end up in a restored Locomobile or such.
Contact Wil Byers
10% into a true restoration, this sweet car was not finished by it's owner due to having so much fun with a running steam car. As a 7 yr old kid, watching my father bring this car home to be put back into how it was originally built, I looked forward to seeing the car completed because the car could carry our whole family not just two individuals.
The frame is done and complete; all tanks completed and mounted under frame; front springs completed and mounted; front axle done with completed wheels and new tires mounted to axle and to frame. The rear axle, wheels and new tires are complete and all mounted, but, Not mounted to frame. The next step in restoration would be the three pumps, so the rear axle can be mounted. This next step completed makes it so much easier to move the car around. Currently the car has the body and many parts just sitting on top of the frame for lack of space. All the parts for the car are present, though parts to be made new of course would be the boiler and all the plumbing; the wood inside the body; the upholstery; and the convertible top. All four fenders have been restored and painted. The car has been in the shop for the last 50 years but no work has been done for 18 years.
Contact Judi Stone
$34,000 or can make offer
This vehicle is an excellent example of the popular Locomobile steam car . Being a Surrey it is quiet unique and rare in that it carry’s four passengers . It is fully restored and has competed in three of the Famous London to Brighton car runs. The most recent being this year where the participants and car won the Regent st concourse for best dressed passengers and car.
It is stored at South End just out of London in England. It is has Pennsylvania USA antique vehicle registration.
Contact Chris Sorensen
Full set copper gaskets for cylinder top & bottom.
Crankshafts with large central nut in EN8.
Brass ID plate used from about April 1900 to about November 1900 (serial no. 750-1850 approx).
Coleman vaporizer for a Maxwell Pilot.
Maxwell pilot raw casting.
2 pistons standard bore.
2 sets Clupet style rings standard bore.
2 piston rods hard chromed EN8.
2 main bearings modern 62062RS with O/D ground to fit frame.
Please contact Howard Hodson at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and photos.
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