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FOR SALE - Price reduced!
Classic fantail, displacement hull, 40' overall, X 10' beam, 4' draught. Engine is 5" x 10" X 6" Cleaver Brooks Model 4 Boiler, diesel fired. Hull was built by Duluth Iron and Shipbuilding, 1937. Trailer included. Health and storage issues force sale. 57K invested.
Contact: Please...serious inquiries only.
FOR SALE - Price reduced!
US NAVY Model "M" compound steam engine, 5-3/4" + 12" x 8". The infamous US Navy "bassackwards" engine - LP cylinder is located at forward end.
$ 8,000 US Funds
Contact: Please ... serious inquiries only.
Item 1) Lunkenheimer "Banner " displacement lubricator, 3/8 NPT connection, all bronze, shiny, the wooden knob for the fill plug is missing, as is one bulls-eye glass- the threaded retaining ring for the glass is there.
Item 2) Lunkenheimer large bronze bulls-eye sight feed with needle valve for central lube system - 3/8 NPT shiny, nice display item.
Item 3) Small brass sight feed with tubular glass and needle valve - brass, 3" tall, 1/4 NPT connections.
Items 4) & 5) (2) small whistles, 1/4 NPT, about 4" tall, bell is 1" diameter.. These were rescued from low water alarms.
$ 15 each
Item 6) York/Williams oil burner nozzle - small size, I believe these are rated for 3 GPH - 1/8 NPT connections fine condition, no rust.
Item 7) & 8) (2) York/ Williams oil burner nozzles, large size. These were used on S.L."Cyrene" one was kept as a spare. Fired 9 GPH with ease. One has 1/4NPT connections, one has 1/8 NPT.No rust.
Item 8) Small bronze gear pump, used as feed pump on S.L."Lucifer" many years ago - this was procured from Semple, Probably an Oberdorfer pump. Set up with 4 check valves to pump in either direction of rotation.
All prices negotiable & all items are at the residence in Edmonds, WA.
CALLIOPE. CAN OPERATE WITH STEAM OR AIR
This unit plays recorded songs with a touch of a button or you can play using a keyboard. A great feature if you're operating your steam boat by yourself
This unit is on my Beckmann steam launch mounted on top of boiler at forward end:
10 note brass whistles, precision made, C5- A4,
10 steam/temperature rated brass valves,
25 note keyboard allows for expansion.
CALLIOPE CONTROLLER FEATURES:
Midi controller designed for this application,
2gb SD storage removable card,
Song title display,
Instantly record songs from your keyboard.
WIRELESS Control : allows you to choose songs or pause/play.
All cables plug in included,
Up to 21 notes can played with this unit, so if you want more notes, there is no need to change the controller. Just add more valves and whistles, connect wires to the terminal strip.
SIMPLE TO PUT TOGETHER ....
Standard 1/2 inch npt for valves. Connect wires to the appropriate note on the terminal strip, plug in the 12 volt supply, choose a song and it plays....
TO HEAR IT PLAY -- I have a few videos posted on youtube, copy and paste into your browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ure8cIp9kZs&sns=em
Contact email: email@example.com
Mike Brown 2 cylinder horizontal engine, 3 HP
* The bore is 1.625 inches. The stroke is 2.25 inches.
* The crankshaft diameter is 5/8 inches.
* The flywheel diameter is 7.5 inches.
* Steam intake .25 inch pipe, exhaust .25 inch pipe.
* Maximum rpm is 700
* 17 inches long
* 13 inches wide
* 8 inches high
* approximately 65 pounds
More info HERE
$ 2,000 OBO
3.5 horsepower Peter Bouley boiler, set for wood
$ 6,000 OBO
Buffalo No 5 (1/2”) steam injector.
Contact: Wolfgang Schlager
FOR SALE: Single Cylinder engine.
2.4" bore x 4" stroke with Stephenson reversing; operating pressure at 120 psi. Made of steel (not painted). Length = 380mm x Width = 200mm x Height = 615mm, weight = 85lb (38.5kg0. This engine has sealed bearings at all moving points. Comes with a 10" pulley, spare piston rings, packing gland and high temp "O" rings.
Price is $ 2,500.00 US plus shipping
For more pictures or questions email me at:
! PRICE REDUCED !
FOR SALE: Steamboat CARL L WAGNER
Built in 1990; LOA 39', draft 4'2", Beam 10' at bottom, 12' at waterline, 14' over walkways. Hull is made of 1/4" steel, upper parts of boat are plywood over angle iron frame, roof of 1/8" steel.
Engine is a "bottle" style by Iowa Engine Works, circa 1920 (?), 6" x 10" double simple rated at 80 HP, Stephenson Link reversing with pilot house controls. Exhaust condensing with return to hotwell
Propeller is 4 blade, steel, 36" diameter by 44" pitch with a 3" diameter propeller shaft running in a cutlass bearing in the strut. Forward and backing rudders with cable control from the pilot house.
Boiler is a "dry back" Scotch - properly called a Clyde type A "Superior", built in 1994, 150 WSP, 50 HP, low water cutoff. Fuel is #2 furnace oil, diesel, or kerosene - burns about 12 - 15 gph from a 300 gallon steel tank in the bow.
Electrical: 10 HP "Coppus" steam turbine driving a 7KW Gillette Generator; 7 KW Kohler Generator, LP fuel; all generators are 120 VAC.
Full galley with stove and oven, sink, fridge, cabinets; table and chairs, fold down bed; head. 110 gal. of fresh water.
14' flat bottom aluminum life boat. Too much more to list.
Well made by a master craftsman and excellently maintained! More Photos Here.
$ 35,000 US funds O.B.O.
LINES AND OFFSETS AVAILABLE FOR THE TRUSCOTT 21 FOOT "COMPROMISE" HULL
Authentic Truscott design, never surpassed in stability, grace, ease of propulsion or beauty. From an original Truscott Company hull, these lines and offsets document the exact shape. The 24” by 36” print’s drawing and tables contain the necessary information for those that want to build their own COMPROMISE steam launch hull. This can also be used to scale the hull up or down in size as well as produce a half model. The 24” by 36” print with its drawing, lines and tables postpaid is:
$35.00 in the U.S. or $40.00 internationally.
More information at pearlengine or in the Nov/Dec 2010 issue of Steamboating Magazine.
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