Monotube ‘Flash’ Steam Boiler, Steam Car
A high output ‘Bolsolver’ monotube type ‘flash’ steam boiler.
Approx 15 H.P.
Suitable for installation in a steam car and complete with lagging.
A rare steam car built C1903. Currently unrestored representing an interesting restoration project.
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.
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.