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The Stanley Steam Motors Corporation was the last effort to create and market a steam car using the Stanley name. It was incorporated in Delaware on December 1, 1930 and its assets were sold at auction in 1948.1

This car was likely designed by Harry W. McGee of Milwaukee, WI.

Stanley Steam Motors Co Brochure Exterior Stanley Steam Motors Co Brochure Interior

This brochure shows the Stanley Steam Motors Corporation's steamer embodied in a 1930s internal combustion car.

[1]Foster, Kit, The Stanley Steamer: America's Legendary Steam Car, Stanley Museum, Kingfield, ME, 2005), pp. 372 - 375. Purchase a copy of this book at the Stanley Museum.

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