1913 Stanley Steamer Model 65 news, pictures, and information
1913 was the first year for the (partially) aluminum-bodied Stanley. This car languished in a an auto museum in Sand Point, Idaho, for almost 50 years in its original condition, including the original boiler. 1913 was the last year that Stanley fired the boiler with gasoline to boil water, and this car, when it was purchased about four years ago, showed evidence that it had been converted to kerosene fuel, per factory instructions probably in its first year. After a three-year restoration, the car made its debut at the Hershey AACA Fall Meet in October 2005. The car can be started and brought up to steam in about 15 minutes. It uses one gallon of water per mile, and will easily do 6 MPH.
|1913 Stanley models|
|Stanley Model 66|
|Stanley Steamer Model 64|
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