BOLSOVER Steam Car
This steam car was discovered as a barn find in South Africa in the 1960’s. Built in 1903, tt is believed to be a unique surviving example.
2 cylinder steam engine and coil boiler.
Currently unrestored and representing an interesting restoration project.
1938 JOWETT Steam Car
A rare example of this steam car conversion, which was offered by Bolsover Brothers as a war time solution to save on rationed petrol. This is a complete and original running chassis, compound engine and vertical boiler.
KENDRICK Steam Car
This car was built in 1970 as an experiment in producing low emission alternatives to conventional I.C vehicles, by Kendrick and featured in numerous TV programmes including BBC “Tomorrow’s World”.
Liquid fuelled, high pressure flash team boiler supplying a 2 cylinder compound steam engine.
Car proved very usable and fast as evidenced by existing film. Used for some years but now in need of recommissioning.
STONES Steam Car Plant
Built in 1962, this is was built as a prototype engine and boiler unit for a proposed new steam vehicle.
2 cylinder (duplex) steam car engine 2 3/4 x 3″ cylinders. Water tube boiler.
STANLEY Vanderbilt Cup Racer Steam Car
This is a very high quality replica of the famous Stanley racer, originally built for the Vanderbilt Cup in 1906.
Rebuilt by the renowned Stanley specialists Gould Brothers to exacting standards, complete with steam whistle and period speedometer and road-registered. 30hp unit with a gas-fired pilot burner driving the real wheels through a high ratio back axle. A very handsome, rare and special early racing car of exceptional performance.
|Odometer reading||1,000 miles|
STANLEY Mountain Wagon Steam Car
Stanley ‘Model Z’ Mountain Wagon.
The “Mountain Wagons” were developed by F.O. Stanley to carry summer visitors 34 miles, uphill, from the railway station in Loveland, Colorado into Estes Park in the heart of the Colorado Rockies, where the Stanley Hotel still stands. This was a climb with gradients that few internal combustion cars cared to attempt at that time. The Mountain Wagons did it with ease and they were built from 1909 to 1917 for the Estes Park resort and other hotel operators. A large batch was also exported to the Philippines.
This is rare and impressive car is fully restored. It benefits from a complete re-build undertaken by Quality Millwrights Pennsylvania, including fitting a with a Model 735 (20 HP) engine. A new new 30 H.P. boiler was fitted in 1999. Now for sale in superb condition with current boiler test certificates.
**Goodwood Festival of Speed 2017**
Photos show this car as it took part in the Cartier ‘Style et Luxe’, on the Cartier Lawn.