Mark Herman

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  1. Yes, we believe the body to be of later manufacture.
  2. $89,500.00 Located in Redding, CT Four owners from new Chassis no. 146 Engine no. 219 According to the Stanley register, this 1902 Stanley is the eighth oldest example of the marque and one of only five short front, 70" wheelbase cars to survive. The car still has the original body tag and the serial number stampings can be easily seen in the wooden body. They're only original once! For more information please contact Mark Herman at mark@hermancompany.com or (203) 733-7549
  3. $105,000.00 Located in Redding, CT Ex-Maynard Leighton Originally found in Redding, CT in 1944 Sound, running original car Original seat upholstery Known history from the 1940s Currently prepared for the 2019 Litchfield, Connecticut Steam Car Tour. Wonderful opportunity to get into steam with a great Stanley! For more information please contact Mark Herman at mark@hermancompany.com or (203) 733-7549
  4. $187,500,00 Located in Redding, CT Chassis no. 2046 Engine no. 2049 564ci L-Head Inline 6-Cylinder Engine Single Updraft Carburetor 110bhp at 2,900rpm 4-Speed Manual Transmission Semi-elliptic Leaf Spring Suspension with Tubular Dampers Double Acting Mechanical Brake on Rear Wheels Its original owner was Marcellus Hartley Dodge, the chairman of Remington Arms and the husband of a famous Rockefeller. He was also the president of the YMCA. The subsequent long term owner, a Mr. Adler, was reported to have kept the car for three decades. Adler parted with his beloved Simplex in 1946. For more information please contact Mark Herman at mark@hermancompany.com or (203) 733-7549