Prof. Wendell Mason’s “Mason Steamer”
Created from a 1941 Graham Hollywood (a rare Cord bodied car with modified hood and radiator) in the ‘50’s & ‘60’s by Prof. Wendell Mason. He wrote articles about it for SACA at the time.
It uses a 20HP Stanley engine mounted to a Columbia 2 speed axle, with a neutral for fire-up.
A gun fired monotube boiler fires from cold to #600 in 3 1/2 minutes, from the drivers seat.
Cleaver controls and a silent three cylinder water pump result in a very good running car.
Has completed 2 steam car tours in addition to much local driving.
Climbs steep hills well in low gear and cruises at 40 to 50 mph on level in high.
Approx. 4,000 miles since cosmetic restoration, tires, and brakes in 2000.
Located near Harrisburg, PA.
$49,900 includes a brand new piston valve cylinder block kit.
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