1899 Locomobile Runabout

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1899 Locomobile Runabout

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Title:  

1899 Locomobile Runabout
Date:
1899

Collection:

Creator:
Stanley, Francis Edgar, 1849-1918 | Stanley, Freelan Oscar, 1849-1940 | Locomobile Company of America
Publisher/Studio:
From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Content Description: 

This steam-powered runabout, by Locomobile, was built from designs by twin brothers, F. E. and F. O. Stanley. These early vehicles were fast, cheap, and relatively uncomplicated. However, fuel needs, excessive water consumption, and other inherent problems dogged the lightweight steamer. In 1902, Locomobile began production of a gasoline internal combustion engine. The company phased out their steam-powered vehicles in 1904.

Physical Description: 

Automobile

Location:
20900 Oakwood Blvd.,Michigan,Dearborn,48124
Identifier:
86.141.1

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