Locomobile Pre-War Automobilia, Books and Parts for Sale

Locomobile 1899 - 1929: The first Locomobiles were steam cars and identical to the Stanley Steamer of those days. The light runabouts were not really well-built but nevertheless they sold well. From mid 1904 Locomobile only offered petrol cars. The company started to enter cars in races, with some success. In 1911 the famous Model 48 (six-cylinder T-head engine) was introduced and it would still be listed in 1929! Locmomobiles got very expensive, huge and popular among the rich and famous. Financial problems followed soon after the Great War and in 1920 Locomobile became part, with Mercer and Simplex, of Hare’s Motors. In 1922 William Durant took over and he added some smaller models to the range. Alas, the make had lost its lustre and the Wall Street Crash put an end to the Locomobile company. Company: Locomobile Company of America – Seaside Park, Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA Models: steam: Style 2; 02; 3; 03; 003; 5; 05; Model A; Model B; petrol: 9 hp; 16 hp; Model C; Model D; Model E; Model F; Model H; Model I; Model 30; Model 40; Model 48; Model 38; Junior 8; Model 90; Model 8-80; Model 8-70; Model 88 Coachbuilders: Derham; Farnum and Nelson People: Andrew Riker; Samuel Davis; Frank de Causse; William Durant Most famous car: Model 48 Sportif c. 1921


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Locomobile starter solenoid  1910 wanted Locomobile Westinghouse   1910-1930   US   Wanted Private

Locomobile starter solenoid 1910 wanted

I am looking for a starter solenoid for a 1914 Locomobile. Made by Westinghouse. Was also used in Pierce Arrows. Working or non working.
Locomobile   1921 for sale Locomobile Locomobile Owners Manual 1920-1930   NZ   EUR 95.00 Hans Compter

Locomobile 1921 for sale

Rare 52 page owner's manual for the Locomobile Junior Eight / second edition April 1926, with lots of photos & diagrams. This is for the Miller designed Locomobile engine, not the later Lycomings. (Co


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