Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'steamer'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • AACA GENERAL DISCUSSION
    • General Discussion
    • Meets and Tours
    • Cars For Sale
    • Cars Wanted
    • Parts For Sale
    • Parts Wanted
    • AACA Library
    • Photo and Video Forums
    • Our Cars & Restoration Projects
    • Technical
    • Garages, Trailers and Towing
    • Judging
    • Legislation
    • Junkyards
    • Memorabilia, Toys, Art, Clothing and Printed Material
    • Newsletter Editors and Webmasters
    • Commercial Advertisements
    • Speedsters
  • Forum Support
    • Forum Support
  • BUICK PRODUCTS
    • Buick - General
    • Buick - Introduce Yourself
    • Buick - Meets & Tours
    • Me and My Buick
    • Buick - Garages and Memorabilia
    • Buick - Photos and Videos
    • Buick - Buy/Sell
    • Buick - Pre War - Technical
    • Buick - Post War - Technical
    • Buick - Modified
    • Buick - Performance Group
    • Buick Reatta
    • Buick Riviera - Riviera Owners Association
    • Opel
    • BCA Directors Only
  • OLDSMOBILE PRODUCTS
    • Oldsmobile - General
    • Oldsmobile - Technical
    • Oldsmobile - Buy/Sell
    • Oldsmobile - 1897-1966
  • CHRYSLER PRODUCTS
    • Chrysler Products - General
    • Chrysler Products - Buy/Sell
    • Chrysler & DeSoto Airflow
    • Chrysler's TC by Maserati
    • Desoto
    • Dodge & Dodge Brothers
    • Dodge Trucks
    • Plymouth
  • FORD PRODUCTS
    • Ford Model T (and older)
    • Ford Model A
    • Ford and Mercury - 1932 to 1953
    • Ford, Edsel & Mercury - 1954 and Newer
    • Edsel
    • Ford Thunderbird
    • Lincoln & Zephyr
  • CLASSIC CAR CLUB OF AMERICA
    • CCCA - General
    • CCCA - Buy/Sell
    • CCCA - Tech Questions
  • GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCTS
    • Buick Forums
    • Cadillac & LaSalle
    • Chevrolet
    • Chevrolet & GMC Trucks
    • Oldsmobile Forums
    • Pontiac & Oakland
    • Pontiac Flathead Owners
  • DOMESTIC MAKES & MODELS PRODUCTS
  • OTHER VEHICLES
  • INTERNATIONAL MAKES & MODELS PRODUCTS

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


Yahoo


Skype


Location:


Interests:


Biography

Found 6 results

  1. My family briefly made cars in St. Louis. This occurred over three years starting in 1901. It was a side line their main business was making butcher supplies. I have a few pictures and a tiny bit of information. Apparently they were mostly steamers, none had an internal combustion engine. I'd would be interesting in knowing if there any surviving examples of these vehicles? I would be also interested in any information about these vehicles as well as other sources that might be tapped to help locate one. Thanks
  2. For Sale: Stanley Steam Car Sedan Body, 1923 - 1924. Five-passenger sedan body for either a 1923 Model 740 or 1924 Model 750 Stanley Steam Car. Very complete, includes body, fenders, splash aprons, hood, condenser and shell with Stanley name plate, and hood shelves. Minor surface rust on very solid sheet metal. Restoration started decades ago and abandoned. Some good wood. Missing rear seat springs. This body belongs on a Model 740 or Model 750 chassis. There are very few sedans surviving and apparently no 750 sedans. This is as nice an un-restored Stanley Steam Car body as you will find anywhere. There are more photos on www.stanleysteameronline.com We acquired it very reasonably and are happy to pass it along to someone who will restore it and put it on the correct frame. Please see the photos of this body in Kit Foster’s book, The Stanley Steamer: America’s Legendary Steam Car. They show this body on both a 740 and 750 chassis. Based on the size of the windows and the shape of the rear fenders, this body appears to be a five passenger body. There is little if any room for jump seats in this body. Will trade for ? ? ? Yes, Rebecca is still for sale. She is a 1924 Stanley 750B Touring Car and she runs extremely well. More information at www.stanleysteameronline.com. Don & Carolyn Hoke Vintage Steam Products PS Yes, we have steam cylinder oil. Wi
  3. For Sale: 1923 - 1924 Stanley Sedan Body. Should fit 740 or 750 chassis. Five-passenger sedan body for either a 1923 Model 740 or 1924 Model 750 Stanley Steam Car. Very complete, includes body, fenders, splash aprons, hood, condenser and shell with Stanley name plate, and hood shelves. Minor surface rust on very solid sheet metal. Restoration started decades ago and abandoned. Some good wood. Missing rear seat springs. This body belongs on a Model 740 or Model 750 chassis. There are very few sedans surviving and apparently no 750 sedans. This is as nice an un-restored Stanley Steam Car body as you will find anywhere. There are more photos at www.stanleysteameronline.com We acquired it very reasonably and are happy to pass it along to someone who will restore it and put it on a frame. Will trade for ? ? ? Please see photos from Kit Foster’s book, The Stanley Steamer: America’s Legendary Steam Car. They show this body on both a 740 and 750 chassis. Based on the size of the windows and the shape of the rear fenders, this body appears to be a five passenger body. There is little if any room for jump seats in this body. Don and Carolyn Hoke Vintage Steam Products PS: Yes, we have steam cylinder oil! V
  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
  6. Hi folks- I'm hoping someone can identify this automobile. The people in it are my grandfather and my great-great-grandfather. There is another picture of the same car in a Columbus Ohio newspaper article from 1902, so I know it is vintage 1902 at the latest. Thanks for your help!