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  1. Auto-Lite Generator Question: I have an Auto-Lite Generator marked GBR 4608-5. It was made in Toledo, Ohio, probably in the mid 1930s. What automobile had this generator as its original equipment? I've searched a number of sites and have found very similar numbers, but not exactly GBR 4608-5, and they identify a Cord, DeSoto, and perhaps a Diamond T. I suspect this generator was adapted to run on a late model Stanley Steam Car, as it came with a pile of Stanley parts and has a hose clamped to it that would seem to fit a Stanley rear end. Thanks for your help! Don Hoke Honest Don's Used Steam Car Emporium.
  2. Dear VSP Friends & Customers: We’ve been ordering new material for the first time in a while and are stunned at the price increases we are paying. We have not raised prices since we purchased the business from Art Hart in 2009. We cannot absorb these additional costs without raising prices. Yes, inflation is very real! Effective July 1, 2014, we will be increasing prices to reflect our increased costs. We will hold prices (with a very few exceptions) for all orders received before July 1, 2014. Order today to avoid the July price increases! New Product Survey: We’ve been asked to produce condensing car flare nuts and fittings for 7/16” tubing, 11/16” -18 with a ¼” NPT male end. See photo. We’d need to sell at least 350 to break even. Please tell us how many you would buy if we produce. We’ve sourced 7/16” copper tubing for condensing cars. Would you buy this product if we carried it at $13.00 per foot? It requires a special order from the supplier. Some people have asked for 7/16”-20 flare nuts and fittings for condensing car air systems. See photo. We’d need to sell at least 350 to break even. Please tell us how many you would buy if we produce. Thank you so very much for supporting Vintage Steam Products. Tell us how we can help you get or keep your steam car on the road! Very best wishes! Don, Carolyn, & CJ Hoke PPS: The Virtual Steam Car Museum earned $105.00 last month from users of the VSCM discount pharmacy card. Print your card and start saving. I saved $160 on a prescription this week. PPSS: For Sale: 1925 Stanley SV 252A Touring Car!
  3. I am looking for a drive on, tilting automobile lifter for my garage. Yes, it has a nine foot high ceiling. I recall seeing one at Art Hart's home about five years ago and there were some advertised in Hemmings a few years ago, but I cannot find them now. Autolifters Made in USA, drive-on tilt lift - FFCars.com : Factory Five Racing Discussion Forum There is a photograph of one of these drive on, tilting automobile lifts at the above web site. Apparently a company named Autolifters in Wichita made them but is no longer in business. I'd be happy to find a good used one. Any suggestions on where to find these things? Very best wishes! Don Hoke PS Remember to Fly With The Eagles! But always remember that weasels never get sucked into jet engines! PPS Yes, we are making progress on The BettyAnne!
  4. For Sale: 1924 Stanley Steam Car, Model 750B, large seven-passenger touring car. Her name is Rebecca and she was restored in the 1960s before spending several decades in an Idaho museum. She toured actively in 2006 and 2007. She sports a California top, full side curtains, and very nice tires. Her paint has held up very well. We've been working on Rebecca lately and she now runs very nicely. Her new #62 jets fire her burner with ease, and her propane pilot is a dream to light! She holds 450 psi in her 24" boiler and her steam pressure automatic opens flawlessly to allow her burner to re-fire. We've had Rebecca out to a couple of events and she has driven without problems. Her pumps keep her boiler full of water and her fuel pressure tank above 100 psi. Rebecca is ready to tour. $74,900. Call if you have questions. (972) 661-9672
  5. For Sale: 1924 Stanley Steam Car, Model 750B, 7 Passenger Touring Car. Her name is Rebecca and she is ready to tour! She was restored in the 1960s and spent several decades in an Idaho Museum. She toured in 2006 and 2007 before her former owner "ran out of steam." There are numerous photos on our website at www.stanleysteameronline.com. Here are some still shots of her as well. Best wishes! Don Hoke
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