Also known as the Sterling Steamer, this was a typical light steam buggy in appearance, but was unusual in using a V-twin engine.
A water-tube boiler produced superheated steam at a pressure of 400
psi, and maximum speed of the two-passenger car was 30 mph.
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This illustration is found in Floyd Clymer's Steam Car Scrapbook, (1945, Bonanza Books, Crown
Publishers, Inc.), p. 37. As with almost all of the illustrations and material in his Scrapbook, (a very appropriate description) Clymer lists no