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1907 White Steam Car a steamer

1904 White Type E Steam Car Rear Entry

1904 White Type E Steam Car Rear Entry

Steam powered vehicle in the early 1900's

Edwardian Scotland Steam powered vehicle in the early

1908 White Model L Touring Steam Car.

1908 White Model L Touring Steam Car. Maintenance of old vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce

1904 White Model E Steam Car

1904 White Steamer Model E - (White Motor Company - Cleveland, Ohio, 1900 - photo by Jim Zuckerman

Steam motor cycle, made by Pearson and Cox, 1912. The arrangement of this motorcycle is similar to the Serpollet steam car, but it is simplified by the elimination of the condenser and much of the automatic mechanism. Henry Pearson and Percy Cox were apprentices at the General Engine and Boiler Company. From there, they began to experiment of a steam motor cycle. In 1912, they began to offer the steam motorcycle for sale to the public. These were produced for about two years...

Steam motor cycle, made by Pearson and Cox, 1912. The arrangement of this motorcycle is similar to the Serpollet steam car, but it is simplified by the elimination of the condenser and much of the automatic mechanism. Henry Pearson and Percy Cox were apprentices at the General Engine and Boiler Company. From there, they began to experiment of a steam motor cycle. In 1912, they began to offer the steam motorcycle for sale to the public. These were produced for about two years...

Steam Car

Steam Car

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Stanley Steam Car around 1903 Stanhope style

Steam-powered car, c. 1901

Steam-powered car, c.

1925 Doble E18 steam car. This car could do 80+ mph and have pressurized steam within 40 seconds of turning the ignition key. The steamer recirculated the water back to its 24 gal tank so that it would get 1500 miles before water needed adding. Also, the kerosene burned efficiently so there was negligible emission.

Jay Leno and his 1925 Doble Steam Car.

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