Wanted- Stanley 30HP boiler & burner copies of technical blueprints for building these, prefer Baker brand, but any make 27" prints will do, Please contact me. Thanks!
Steven P Williams
Is this a Stanley steamer engine?
I am searching for information regarding this particular engine.
Is this indeed a Stanley steamer engine?
DOES IT HAVE ANY GREAT VALUE?Thus far I cannot get a straight answer from anyone. Any and all responses are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Steven P Williams
My files are too big.
Can I send photos to an email box?
I am looking for a rear axle hubcap for my 1921 735-B It has a male thread.
Wanted 2 or 4 25 inch rims that fit Stanley wheels with a 61 cm diameter fellow band.
I am looking for the rim, side ring, lock ring, clamp ring. ( side ring 2 is implemented in the Stanley rim, but I do not have another drawing. )
These rims are made for 35 x 5 tires.
Hello, looking for Locomobile gauges, both Steam pressure and fuel pressure. Also interested in Locomobile/Mobile engine.
Please inquire- email@example.com
Thank you! Robert
I am looking for a few small parts for my 1923 Stanley 740.
1) Stanley Low Water automatic.
2) Fuel Gauge or Fuel Gauge face that reads "Kerosene" (mine currently says "Gasoline" and I would be willing to buy outright, or trade if you have a need for one that reads Gasoline.)
3) Set of Original Condenser Hubcaps
4) The finger pull to remove the floorboard
5) The small trim piece around the hole in the floor for the hand pump.
If you have any of these items, please contact me. Joe.firstname.lastname@example.org
Any early 8-30 h.p. 03-07 Stanley technical drawings. Especially model H & K , 20 & 30 h.p. engine , axle & body drawings with measurements.
. Please inquire- email@example.com Thanks! - Don
Locomobile engine needed for car for London to Brighton Veteran Car Run on 5th November.
If you can help please ring Rory Holbrook on 07747 778093.
Early 6- 20 h.p,
Thanks! - Don
I am looking for a throttle valve for stanley car, would like to find a used one before ordering new. thanks for any help Jeff.
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