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MEMBERS AUTOS

Members of the Northwest Steam Society are avid collectors and restorers of steam automobiles. Some started with a steam automobile and branched into other areas, and some started elsewhere and then acquired a steam automobile(s).

Autos are grouped by maker, and then by year of manufacture within each grouping. Selecting a name from the left margin will take you to a page with additional information and photos. A gold box indicates a new or changed listing. To return to this page, simply close that vehicle page "window". And to return to the "projects" page simply select the button below.

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ECKFORD


1970
ECKFORD



Gordon & Beverly Sullivan. The vehicle was built by a Bill Ekhard about 1970 on a Morris automotive chassis and is distinguished by starting a field fire which required the local fire department's swift action.





 
LOCOMOBILE


1984
LOCOMOBILE



Myles Twete. This replica vehicle was built in 1984 and has several interesting features including a steam driven duplex feedwater pump.



2004
LOCOMOBILE



Russ Hibler. Meticulous attention to building a faithful replica of a Locomobile is evident in this "4 years in the making" vehicle.





 
STANLEY


1909
ROADSTER



Robert "Pat" & Merrily Farrell. 1909 Roadster, Model Number R, Serial No. 4867.



1911
TOURING



Robert "Pat" & Merrily Farrell. 1911 Touring, Model Number 85, Preview for the 1912 models, the Farrell's were only able to obtain the body and built/rebuilt the rest.



1914
ROADSTER



Robert "Pat" & Merrily Farrell. 1914 Roadster, Model Number 606, Serial No. 7739.



1916
MTN. WAGON



Robert "Pat" & Merrily Farrell. 1916 Mountain Wagon, Model Number 825, Serial No. 16813.



1920
SPEEDSTER



Gordon & Beverly Sullivan. 1920 Speedster, Model Number 735-B, Serial No. 19237.



1922
TOURING



Robert "Pat" & Merrily Farrell. 1922 Touring, Model Number 735-B, Serial No. 22083.





Last page update: May 16, 2011

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