The Twombly steamer used a 250 psi
boiler, at which pressure, it was claimed, the car could achieve 50 mph. The 4-cylinder engine could be changed from single acting to compound. As a
compound, engine output was 12 hp or 28 hp as a single-acting. An aluminum body was fitted, and touring or limousine styles were available at up to $3,000.
This February 1904 advertisement in the Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal lists the company's name as the Twombly Motor Car Company. In the same magazine, an article about the Twombly listed the firm under the name Twombly Motor Carriage Company. John A. Conde Collection
This advertisement appeared in the Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal, p. 160.
This February 1904 Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal article, promoted the Twombly's technical features. John A. Conde Collection
Twombly's brochure has no illustrations, suggesting the firm could not afford to hire an artist. It is carries file stamp reading "H. Cuntz 1904. John A. Conde Collection
John A. Conde's File Folder. John A. Conde Collection