Stanley Steamer Model 735

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    rake60

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    At one time I used to play with the idea of building small antique car and
    horseless carriages. I never finished one, but they were to be powered
    by lawn tractor engines.

    Ideas and hobbies crossing paths I decided to see what I might be able to
    find on the Stanley Steamer. I found PLEANTY!
    Stanley Motor Carriage
    Shows this picture of a 1918 Model 735.
    [​IMG]
    Better yet, they have a complete interactive diagram of How It Works
    Armed will all the information they make available I believe it just might
    be possible to make a working smaller version.

    Rick
     
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    Mike
    The one that blows me away is Jay's other steam car. The Doble is a real horse of a different color. It's design allows for almost immediate drive away under steam. I read somewhere Jay now holds the record in California with a ticket written for excessive speed in a steam powered vehicle...LOL

    Steve
     
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