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1904 - 1905

This car, also called the Shave-Morse, was a steamer designed by George J. Shave, formerly works manager of the Locomobile Co. of Great Britain, and Irving J. Morse.  It had a 4-cylinder vertical single-acting engine under the bonnet, and a flash boiler at the rear.  Final drive was by double chains.  Two models were offered, of 8 1/2 and 20hp, but very few were delivered.  This company was better known for its steam trucks, which were made up to 1912. 

Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile

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