Stanley Register Online - Cars for sale
Home Last update:
7/4/15



Here are cars that are (or have been) available on the web, and elsewhere.
Note that the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website tends to have full descriptions and multiple photos.

I'll be happy to include a listing of your car here - you can use the contact page to send information.



1902 stick-seat runabout (#146), 64-year-old restoration, no sale at Bonham's on 10/8/12.  (entered 9/28/12)

Model B or BX, $47,500, kit of many original parts and new body, 2 available,
    Rob Biondi, 203 525 7083, Email: JMalagutti@aol.com,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 11/25/10)

1904 Model CX (#1273), $80,000, Body 1273, S/N 823, 1st in show at 2006 Amelia Island, has done London to Brighton. 
    Steams and runs very well. Dave Ault, 207-685-4578, drault58@myfairpoint.net
,
    
listed in Hemmings and on HCCA classifieds.  (entered 6/14/14, updated 7/4/15)

1905 Model CX (#1305), $89,000, essentially untouched since 1912, available at Dick Shappy Classic Cars,
    also listed on PrewarCar.com
.  (entered 2/9/12)

1905 Model E delivery (#1664), $190,000, "Moxiemobile", superb recreation by a meticulous craftsman,
    Constance Stanley or Robert J. Boudeman, 269-629-3110, chsboudeman@gmail.com .
    Listed on StanleySteamers.com.  On eBay with a Buy-It-Now of $135,000, or make offer.
    (entered 5/25/11, updated 3/24/13)

1905 Model DX (#1862), $90,000, needs plumbing and engine installation,
    Rob Biondi, 203 525 7083, Email: JMalagutti@aol.com,,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website. (entered 1/26/11, updated 8/26/12)

1906 Vanderbilt Cup Racer (this car), excellent, Vanderbilt-cup-racer@gmx.de ,
    listed on PrewarCar.com, National Steam Car Association website.  (entered 12/3/11)

Vanderbilt Cup Racer (this car), excellent condition, listed on CarAndClassic.  (entered 7/10/12)

Model EX, $55,000, kit of many original parts and new body,
    Rob Biondi, 203 525 7083, Email: JMalagutti@aol.com,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 11/25/10, updated 8/26/12)

1909 Model R (#4737), $135,000, excellent condition, Bradley Austin, Seattle, WA, (206) 380-1232,
     listed on HCCA classifieds.  (entered 7/4/15)

1909 Model E2 project, $67,500, 85% original parts, needs boiler and burner,
    Rob Biondi, 203 525 7083, Email: JMalagutti@aol.com,
    listed in The Steam Car No. 50, on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 11/25/10, updated 8/26/12)

1910 Model 60 (#5148), $120,000, complete and unrestored original, Mike May, 231-386-5049, mkmay@alldial.net ,
    Listed on StanleySteamers.com and on National Steam Car Association website(entered 3/2/11, updated 12/19/11)

1910 Model 71 (#5306), $150,000, excellent condition, driven regularly, Greg Johnson, 619-925-2752 days, 619-190-3657 evenings,
    listed on StanleySteamers.com .  (entered 6/30/14)

1910 Model 70 (#5522), $185,000, excellent condition, Dr. Thomas Dawson, firedoc@metrocast.net, 603-524-5935,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 6/30/14)

1910 Model 72 (#5560), excellent, 020 8614 7888,
    listed on CarAndClassic and Coys.  (entered 7/4/15)

1910 Model 63 (#5680), good condition and a good runner, contact me if interested.  (entered 10/29/11)

1910 Model 71 (#5697), 79,500, excellent, 01428 644909 or 07785 525616, mike@mikemutters.com,
    listed on PreWarCar and Steam Car Club of Great Britain website.  (entered 3/28/15)

1910 "Model R" (#5756), 79,500, excellent, 01428 644909 or 07785 525616, mike@mikemutters.com,
    listed on PreWarCar and Steam Car Club of Great Britain website.  (entered 3/28/15)

1910 Model 63 (#unknown), 56,000, excellent condition, John Saunders, johnapollo2004@yahoo.co.uk, 0034 609683703
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 6/30/14)

1911 Model 62 (#unknown), listed at Laferriere Classic Cars(entered 8/26/12)

Model 62 (this car), assembled in 2008, excellent condition, UK 01760 725592, tdoyles19@hotmail.co.uk ,
    listed on Steam Car Club of Great Britain website.  (entered 4/1/12)

1911 Model 63 (#6210), $115,000, excellent condition, R. V. Anderson, (206) 240-9434,
    listed on PreWarCar.com(entered 8/1/14)

1911 Model 71 project, $77,500 OBO, all accurate reproduction components,  George E. Cooksey,
    listed on StanleySteamers.com and HCCA classifieds.  (entered 3/29/13, updated 6/30/2014)

1913 Model 65 (this car), unrestored historical document, Allen Blazick, Fremont, CA,
    email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1914 Model 607 (#7610), 85,000, good condition, Mike Dyke, 07967 124059,  luciandmike@btinternet.com ,
    listed on PreWarCar.com(entered 6/22/12)

1914 Model 606 (#7648), 69,950, excellent condition, Mike Mutters, +44 1428 644909 or  +44 7785 525616,  mike@mikemutters.com ,
    listed on PreWarCar.com, Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 8/1/14, updated 3/28/15)

1916 Model 725 (#16215), $79,000, good running older restoration,
    listed in Hemmings Feb 2013, contact me if interested.  (entered 1/11/13)

1916 Model 725 touring (#16313), unrestored, Allen Blazick, Fremont, CA,
    email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1917 Model 728 touring (#17296), $60,000 obo, restored, 30hp boiler, 732-240-2488, NJ,
    listed in Hemmings April 2015.  (entered 3/28/15)

1917 Model 728 touring (#unknown), unrestored, Allen Blazick, Fremont, CA,
    email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1918 Model 735 (#18089), unrestored, very good condition, Bill Maxey, 916-987-1702, billmaxey@hotmail.com ,
    listed on CarAndClassic and StanleySteamers.com(entered 12/2/09, updated 9/11/10)

1918 Model 735 (this car), 90,000, new 1909 mountain wagon body, coffin-style hood fabricated in UK,
    operational and cosmetically finished, UK 01425 614177,
    listed on CarAndClassic, no sale at Historics auction on 3/19/2013.  
(entered 6/28/12, updated 3/19/13)

1918 Model 735 touring (#unknown), older restoration, Allen Blazick, Fremont, CA,
    email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1919 Model 735B (#19009), excellent condition with trailer, Jack Doerr, 636-938-5844, jhdoerr@juno.com,
    listed in the Steam Automobile Bulletin Mar-Apr 2013.  (entered 3/31/13)

1919 Model 735 (#19045), $63,000, older restoration, 208-761-1739,
    listed on StanleySteamers.com(entered 6/30/14)

1919 Model 735A (#19312), $100,000, modern burner and boiler, good running condition, Ian Cameron, ianc@uvic.ca,
    listed in the Steam Automobile Bulletin Mar-Apr 2013, and on CarAndClassic(entered 3/31/13, updated 6/30/14)

1919 Model 735B (#19327), bare frame only - listed on eBay, seller gasco28, Gardena, CA;
    no bids at $2,500  (entered 1/22/11, updated 8/26/12)

1919 Model 735D (#19357), Springfield limo, '50s restoration, needs boiler work, sale website,
    Edward Way, UK 07785 771 308, edwardway@hotmail.co.uk (entered 2/15/15)

1920 Model 735B (#20037),  $60,000, factory fabric body, excellent condition, Francis Guldenbrien, 707-644-2638, goldie1919@att.net ,
    listed on StanleySteamers.com
., also in the Steam Automobile Bulletin Mar-Apr 2013,
   listed severral times on eBay for.  (entered 4/1/12,  updated 7/4/15)

1920 Model 735B (#20165), to be auctioned at the Stanley Museum, 8 Sep 2012.  (entered 8/26/12)

1921 Model 735B (#21006), good condition and operating. listed on PreWarCar.com.  (entered 3/2/13)

1921 Model 735C coupe (this car), unrestored, Allen Blazick, Fremont, CA,
    email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1921 chassis (#unknown), $20,000, mostly complete, Richard Dickey, 603-382-7598,
    listed in the Steam Automobile Bulletin Mar-Apr 2013.  (entered 3/31/13)

1922 Model 740B (#22242), $65,000 OBO, very good condition, Don Eckel, 908-223-1273, deckelsr@gmail.com ,
    listed on StanleySteamers.com
(entered 2/20/09, updated 3/9/13)

1922 Model 740 touring (#22399), restored and running, operational, contact me if interested.  (entered 12/19/11)

1922 Model 740B touring (#unknown), restored, California top, Allen Blazick, Fremont, CA,
    email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1923 Model 740 (#23478), AU$70,500, good restored condition, Timothy Deacon, stanleysteamer.deacon@gmail.com.  (entered 3/28/15)

1923 Model 740 speedster (#23496), 60,000, listed at Preston Services(entered 4/16/08, updated 2/15/15)

1923 Model 740 (#23588), $72,500, no trades, complete and good condition, on CraigsList, formerly in Hemmings Motor News.
    Listed on eBay, did not meet reserve at a high bid of $25,100.  Jay Lewton, 480- 2zero4- 8933    (entered 2/23/11, update 2/15/15)

1923 Model 740E roadster (#23614), $75,000 starting bid on eBay, original and operating.  (entered 5/11/13)

1923 Model 740A touring (#23650), $90,000, excellent condition, formerly owned by John Packard,
    508-434-0739, Jpsteampower@aol.com.
    listed ini Hemmings and on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 7/4/15)

1923 sedan (#unknown), unrestored, Allen Blazick, email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1923 brougham (#unknown), $45,000, mechanical restoration complete, partially disassembled, Allen, 510-861-7653, ablazick@oscaprint.com ,
    listed in Hemmings Motor News and National Steam Car Association website(updated 2/2/10)

1924 Model 750 touring (#24039), $135,000, restored, Don Bixler, home: 760-780-0162, cell: 760-486-9087,
    listed on StanleySteamers.com.  (entered 1/9/13, updated 6/30/14)

1924 Model 750 touring (#24044), excellent mechanical and physical condition,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website,
    contact Don Bourdon, email: donbourdon@comcast.net, 802-457-3787, cell: 802-359-3276.

1924 touring (#unknown), unrestored, Allen Blazick, Fremont, CA,
    email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.  (entered 8/26/12)

1925 Model SV252 touring (#25007), $115,000, good condition,
    Don Hoke, email: donhoke@tx.rr.com, (972) 661-9672, cell: (972) 955-7614,
    no bid at the Stanley Museum auction, 8 Sep 2012,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website,
    listed on HCCA classifieds.  (entered 8/26/12, updated 3/29/13)


Listings with unknown disposition

1903 Model B (#119), 85,000, restored, excellent - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website. (entered 8/8/10)

Model C (#507), restored, excellent - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 2/23/11)

1906 Model H project, 98% complete, disassembled and primed, listed in Hemmings.  (entered 2/4/11)

1906 Model H (#1531), 101,200, good condition, +33 626 824 847 - listed on CarAndClassic. (entered 12/9/09)

1908 Model H5 (#3718), $125,000, listed at Laferriere Classic Cars. (entered 5/23/10, updated 8/8/10)
    No sale at the Stanley Museum Consignment Auction, 7/9/10.

1909 Model R project, $127,500 OBO, complete, 730 engine, needs assembly.   Contact Sue Davis, cell 207-491-2509.
    Listed in Stanley Museum Quarterly. (entered 4/12/09)

1909 Model R project, complete, disassembled and primed, listed in Hemmings.  (entered 2/4/11)

1910 Model 70 (this car), $175,000, well maintained.  831-476-9791.  Listed in SACA Northwest Newsletter, summer 2008.

1910 Model 70 project, $110,000, needs hood, boiler, burner, listed in The Steam Car No. 50. (entered 1/26/11)

1910 Model 61 (#5070), $89,000, good condition and running, listed in HCCA Gazette and Hemmings(entered 10/9/09, update 2/4/11)

1910 4-passenger touring (#unknown), $85,000, 10 hp, nice older restoration. 207-668-4869, ME,
    listed in Hemmings Motor News(entered 11/9/09)

1911 Model 63 (#6305), $125,000, good condition and running - at Laferriere Classic Cars(updated 7/12/09)

Mountain Wagon (this car), $150,000, good condition, 208-761-1739, listed on PrewarCar.com(updated 10/29/09)

1917 Model 735 (#unknown), 20 hp engine, differential, axles, frame, pumps, wheels, rolling & operates on air, for sale or trade. Dave, 530-200-2576, CA.
    Listed in Hemmings Motor News(entered 11/9/09)

1919 Model 735B (#19199), 65,000, very good condition, needs boiler.
    Listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website, National Steam Car Association website(entered 2/20/11, update 3/30/11)

1919 Model 735B (#19376), mostly complete, needs restoration,
    to be auctioned by Cheffins on 4/28/12 - shown on Steam Car Club of Great Britain website.  (entered 2/19/12)

1921 Model 735B (#unknown), restored, listed on PrewarCar.com(entered 12/29/11)

1922 Model 740 touring (#22307), $89,000, unrestored, operational, listed on Enginads(entered 1/12/12)

1923 Model 740 (#23644), 45,000, good condition, needs pilot tank, vaporizer, hood paint, listed on Steam Car Club of Great Britain website.  (entered 5/25/11)

1924 Model 750G sedan (#24057), $50,000, complete, restored in 1960s, listed in Hemmings Motor News, Jun 2012.
    Estate auction on 6/30/12.  (entered 4/4/12, updated 6/12/12)
    Still in Hemmings Motor News, Aug 2012.



Major components

Model R body, just finished, brand new, Midwest Coach and Carriage Works, (269) 629-4748, listed on StanleySteamers.com(entered 5/25/11)


Here are some places where Stanleys often show up for sale - you can check & see if I've missed any.

StanleySteamers.com
Steam Car Club of Great Britain
National Steam Car Association
HCCA classifieds
Hemmings Motor News - Stanley
Hemmings Motor News - Stanley Steamer
PreWarCar.com
Car & Classic



1901 panel-seat runabout (this car), complete, auctioned by Bonham's at Larz Anderson, 9/26/09.

1902 solid seat runabout (#180), complete, original, rough, auctioned by RM 7/11/08.

1903 stick-seat surrey (#307), good condition, auctioned with no reserve on 3/1/12 by Dan Kruse Classics(entered 1/14/12)  Sold.

1903 Model C or CX (#507), $48,500, project car, listed in SCCGB For Sale(entered 2/17/08)  Sold.

1903 stick seat runabout (#513), excellent condition, listed on eBay.  4/19/08 - reserve not met at $36,501.  Sold later.

1903 stick-seat runabout (#513), $72,000, restored, excellent, Mike May, 231-386-5049, mkmay@alldial.net ,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 6/17/09, updated 3/30/11)

1903 Model CX (this car), $85,000, recently restored, excellent - listed in Hemmings Motor News and HCCA classifieds(entered 5/14/09)  Sold. .

1904 Model CX (#1017), restored, excellent, auctioned by Bonham's 11/5/10.

1904 Model CX (#1273), $76,000, restored, excellent - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website. (entered 9/2/09, update 3/30/11)  Sold.

1905 Model CX (#1305), essentially untouched since 1912, auctioned by RM 10/8/10.

1906 Model EX (#2101), excellent condition, auctioned by RM 12/1/07.

1907 Model EX (#2631), $109,900, excellent, listed at Vintage Motor Cars(entered 11/23/11)  Sold.

[1907] Model EX (this car), 45,000, fully restored - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 9/4/08)  Sold.

(1907) Model H5 (this car), 94,500, well-engineered and well-sorted car, excellent condition -
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 11/9/09)  Sold.

1907 Model EX (#3595), $120,000, excellent, outstanding history, listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website..  (entered 2/6/12, updated 2/11/12)  Sold.

1907 Model EX (#3702), 49,500, restored, needs some work, 01428 644909 or 07785 525616, mike@mikemutters.com,
    listed on PreWarCar and Steam Car Club of Great Britain website.  (entered 3/28/15)  Sold.

1908 Model H5 (#3723), 85,000, exquisite - listed on Car and Classic World(entered 8/20/08)  Sold.

1908 Model K (#3810), excellent condition, sold by RM Auctions on 8/15/14.

1908 Model M (#4261), excellent condition, auctioned by Butterfields on 9/27/08.

1909 E2 (#4471), $75,000, all metal parts from factory #4471, all wood parts recreated, project ready for completion,
    Ron Hardwig, 309-310-3313, rsdatainc@aol.com ,
    listed on StanleySteamers.com, Steam Car Club of Great Britain website, and in Hemmings.
    Listed on eBay(entered 5/25/11, updated 7/27/11)  Sold.

1908 Model M (this car), 145,500, freshly built, superb - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 5/6/09)  Sold.

1909 E2 project (#4459), $47,500, mechanically complete, new body 50% completed. Much mechanical work done.
    Includes new boiler and burner. Needs tanks, fenders(wood), and engine covers.
    Contact: Alan Kelso, McConnellsburg Pennsylvania, 717-485-4344
    Listed on HCCA classifieds. (entered 9/26/09)

1909 Model E2 (#4520), $85,000, older restoration, long history.
    Allen Blazick, email: allen@blazick.com, cell: 510-861-7653.
    No bids at the Stanley Museum Auction, 8 Sep 2012.
    Listed on StanleySteamers.com.  (entered 8/26/12, updated 3/19/13)

1909 Model E2 (#4620), unrestored & running original, auctioned by RM Auctions at Hershey, 10/9/09.

1909 Model R, (#4737), excellent condition, listed on eBay.  6/29/08 - reserve not met at $116,200.

1909 Model E2 (#4852), older restoration, auctioned by Bonhams in Paris, 2/7/13.

1909 Model R (#4896), good condition and running, auctioned by RM Auctions at Hershey, 10/11/12.

1909 Model R (#5003), factory survivor in outstanding restored condition, auctioned 1/23/10 by Gooding & Co.

1909 E2, (this car), good condition, auctioned by RM 10/7/10.

1910 Model 61 (#5332), unrestored and running, same family ownership since 1930s, auctioned by Worldwide, 5/1/10.

1910 Model 60 (#5491), excellent condition.  Auctioned by Bonham's, 9/11/10.

1910 Model 70 (#5522), excellent condition, listed on eBay. 3/24/09 - reserve not met at $125,100. Sold later.

1910 10hp (#5450), $130,000, excellent running condition.  Listed on HCCA classifieds. Sold.  

1910 Model 70 (#5567), excellent condition, to be auctioned at the Stanley Museum Consignment Auction, 7/9/10.  Sold

1911 Model 63 (#5950), appears excellent, to be auctioned by RM Auctions on 3/13/13.  Sold

1910 Model 60 (#"545"), excellent condition, auctioned by Bonham's 9/23/06.

1911 Model 63 (#6069), excellent condition, auctioned by RM 7/11/08.

1911 Model 63 (#6076), excellent condition, auctioned by Bonham's 5/6/06.

1911 Model 63 (#6076), highly restored car with long history, auctioned 7/28/12 by RM Auctions.

1911 Model 63 (#6103), excellent condition, auctioned by Bonham's 7/16/04.

1911 Model 62 (#6173), $89,000, excellent condition after comprehensive rebuild by current owner - listed in Hemmings Motor News(entered 7/4/09)  Sold.

1911 Model 63 (#6173), excellent condition, assembled about 1980 by Bob Mead.
    Listed for $100,000 in the Stanley Museum Quarterly v25 #2. 
    No sale May 19, 2012 by Dragone Auctions.
    Listed for $95,000 in Hemmings Motor News, June 2012.  Sold.

[1911] Model 63 (#6229), 49,000, very good, reliable condition - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 9/4/08)  Sold.

1911 Model 72 (#6267), outstanding, to be auctioned without reserve by Worldwide, 9/3/11(entered 7/19/11)  Sold.

[1911] Model 63 (this car), 58,000, appears excellent - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 9/4/08)  Sold.

1912 Model 88 (#6712), complete except boiler and upholstery, disassembled.  (entered 11/9/09)  Sold.

1913 Model 76 (#6856), excellent condition, listed on eBay 7/13/08 - reserve not met at $127,600.  Sold later.

1913 Model 76 (this car), excellent condition, listed on PrewarCar.com and the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website (entered 1/12/11)  Sold.

1912 Model 73 (#6463), $178,000, good condition and running - 613-258-4504, Kemptville, ON,
     listed in Hemmings. (entered 11/9/09, updated 3/28/15)  Sold.

1912 Model 88 Mountain Wagon (#6714), new boiler.  (entered 8/12/12)  Sold.

1913 Model 812 Mountain Wagon (#7114), good condition, contact me if interested.  Sold.

1914 Model 607 (#7712), $130,000, excellent condition - listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 9/1/08, updated 1/16/11)  Sold.

1915 Model 820 Mountain Wagon (#15055), good condition, no sale at RM Auctions at Hershey, 10/11/12, sold at Hershey 2014.  (entered 9/17/12)

1917 Model 728 (#17292), needs restoration, listed on eBay.  8/12/08 - reserve not met at $30,600.

1917 Model 728 (#17292), needs restoration, 3rd listing on eBay. 4/5/10 - no opening bid at $40,000.

1917 Model 730 (#17532), good condition, auctioned 4/16/10 by Branson.

1917 Model 731 (this car), $75,000, complete, all parts restored, needs assembly, contact me for details.  Sold.

1919 Model 735B (#19009), excellent condition with trailer, no bids at the Stanley Museum auction, 8 Sep 2012.

1919 Model 735A (#19081), external cosmetics good, auctioned 8/12/12 by RM Auctions.

1919 Model 735A (#19160), excellent condition, auctioned by Nixon on 8/25/07.

1919 Model 735A (#19278), excellent condition, auctioned by Hilpipre on 6/30/07.

1919 Model 735A (
#19312), $85,000, good condition.  Listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 6/16/09)  Sold.

1920 Model 735B (#20055), operational, driven into its present location, auctioned by Keenan on 8/22/08.

1920 (#20065), $45,000, unrestored and operational, Woods Electric coupe body.
    Listed at Laferriere Classic Cars, on PreWarCar.com, on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website, on the HCCA website.
    Listed 4th time on eBay, bid to $24,600, reserve not met.
    Listed 5th time on eBay, bid to $25,100, reserve not met.
    Listed 6th time on eBay, bid to $29,100, reserve not met.
    No sale at the Stanley Museum Consignment Auction, 7/9/10.
    (entered 4/25/09, updated 8/8/10) Sold in 2010.

1921 Model 735B (#21106), good condition, listed on eBay.  2/15/09 - reserve not met at $50,000. Sold later.

1921 Model 735B (#21171), old restoration, auctioned by Bonham's 5/1/04.

1921 Model 735A (#21192), outstanding condition, auctioned by Keenan on 8/22/08, reserve not met at $90,000.

1921 Model 735A (#21192), $125,000, superb restoration,
    listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website, at Owl's Head Transportation Museum. Sold 8/2012.

1922 Model 735B (#22008), very good condition, auctioned by Keenan on 8/22/08.

1922 Model 735B (#22071), excellent condition, auctioned by Coys on 7/5/08.

1922 Model 740E (#22249), very good condition, auctioned by RM Auctions on 1/16/09.

1922 Model 740 roadster (#22288), good running condition, sold by RM Auctions on 8/15/14.  (entered 8/1/14)

1922 Model 740E roadster (#22291), $75,000 OBO, good older restoration with new boiler & burner,
    Robert Williams, 208-761-1739, rewill00@msn.com ,
    listed on PrewarCar.com, StanleySteamers.com, and Steam Car Club of Great Britain website.  Sold.

1922 Model 740 (22414), $29,900, "express wagon" body, monotube boiler, at Legendary Motor Cars.  Sold.

1923 Model 740G (#23470), good original unrestored condition, auctioned by Keenan on 8/22/08.

1923 Model 740 touring (#23593), $67,500, good operating condition, listed on StanleySteamers.com(entered 10/10/09, updated 8/8/10)  Sold.

1923 Model 740 (this car), $16,999, much of original car, listed on StanleySteamerOnline.com.  Sold.

1924 Model 750 7-passenger touring (#24013), $65,000, excellent condition, driven regularly.
    Listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(entered 3/18/10)  Sold.

1924 Model 750A (#24091), $80,000 OBO, excellent operating condition, driven regularly, listed on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website(updated 5/2/09)  Sold.

1924 Model 750B touring (
#24098), $125,000, excellent condition, toured regularly.
    Listed on National Steam Car Association website.  (entered 9/9/10)  Sold.

1924 Model 750 touring (this car), $69,900, very good condition, ran well in 2007.
    Listed on stanleysteameronline, AACA forum, SteamGazette forum, on PreWarCar.com,
        on the Steam Car Club of Great Britain website, on the HCCA website,
        on National Steam Car Association website.
    No sale at the Stanley Museum Consignment Auction, 7/9/10.
    (entered 10/3/08, updated 2/20/11)  Sold.