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.
In original and apparently complete condition.
RN Dockyard Portable Steam Boiler
A large and powerful portable steam boiler built for the Admiralty (Royal Navy) as a dockyard boiler, to be used for dockside testing, etc.
Coal-fired and substantial welded construction, including heavy wheels. Large collapsable chimney. Complete with a Worthington-Simpson duplex feed pump, bracket mounted on one side and various boiler fittings including safety valves and water level gauges.
Fully restored and for sale in very good condition, with new boiler certificates.
1926 BROOKS Steam Car
A rare example of this make of luxury steam car, built in Canada in 1926.
By Brooks Steam Motors Co. of Toronto.
Currently dismantled and requiring a new body.
In storage for many years and awaiting restoration!
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|