- Manufacturer: Stanley Motor Carriage Company, Newton, Massachusetts
- Model: C
- Body Style: Currier & Cameron, Amesbury, Massachusetts; spindle back Runabout; wood with foldout front seat
- Cost new: $700
- Engine: Simple, double acting steam
- Wheelbase: 78”
- Cylinders: 2
- Gearings: 32:80
- Boiler Size: 14” Diameter; 13” high; rated at 10 h.p.
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Fuel Tank: 13 gallons
- Water Tank: 20 gallons
Most early cars were steered by tillers. Boats used tillers. Most people had never seen a steering wheel.
The Stanely was often referred to as the “Flying Teapot” due to the steam belching from it.