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File this under “NOT Jay Leno’s Stanley Steamer,” but maybe Jay could get interested in the hybrid, part of which started life as a 1953 International 3/4-ton truck.

But it zoomed up, quiet as steamers are.

 

I would imagine my only problem driving this could be the distraction factor;  I’d be watching the hot and gleaming moving parts.

An open fuel locker would be allowed here.

Enjoy the rest of the story.

All photos by Will Van Dorp, who enjoyed an afternoon at the 59th annual running of the event.  I first attended what must have been the first year of the show . . . way back in 1960.

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