Automobiles

Line Up of Cars Considered an operating collection, the antique automobiles in the Marshall Steam Museum are road-registered and may be driven on public roads. Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve volunteers take them to local shows and special events, regularly participating in parades, fundraisers, community events, and the East Coast steam car tours. On today’s roads, Stanleys travel between 25 mph and 45 mph, which can be challenging in modern traffic conditions, but in their heyday, these automobiles were known for their hill-climbing ability, silent operation, and speed. Stanleys could out-climb and out-accelerate contemporary cars due to what the Stanleys termed the latter’s inferior “internal explosion engines.” Explore our collections by clicking on a picture below.

 

1901 Mobile 1902 Stanley Stick-Seat Runabout 1905 Stanley Model CX
1901 Mobile 1902 Stanley Stick-Seat Runabout 1905 Stanley Runabout Model CX
1908 Stanley Model EX 1908 Stanley Model H-5 1908 Stanley Semi-Racer Model K
1908 Stanley Model EX 1908 Stanley Gentlemans Speedy Roadster H-5 1908 Stanley Semi-Racer Model K
1910 Stanley Touring Model 71 1912 Stanley Touring Model 87 1913 Stanley Touring Model 76
1910 Stanley Touring Model 71 1912 Stanley Touring Model 87 1913 Stanley Touring Model 76
1913 Stanley Roadster Model 78 1914 Stanley Touring Model 607 1915 Stanley Mountain Wagon
1913 Stanley Roadster Model 78 1914 Stanley Model 607 1915 Stanley Mountain Wagon Model 820
1916 Stanley Touring Model 725 1918 Stanley Touring Model 735 1922 Stanley Touring Model 740
1916 Stanley Touring Model 725 1918 Stanley Touring Model 735 1922 Stanley Touring Model 740
1924 Stanley Touring Model 750 1909 White Model O 1916 Rauch & Lang Electric
http://i799.photobucket.com/albums/yy280/auburnheights/Model750_zpsc9c014f8.jpg 1909 White Model O 1916 Rauch and Lang Electric
1932 Packard Phaeton Model 905 1937 Packard Model 1508
1932 Packard Phaeton Model 905 1937 Packard Model 1508

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