1930 Buddy Stewart 40HE
*Shipping and insurance to most major ports included in price.• Coming to Australia from Stewart's Canadian assembly plant as RHD
• Believed to be one of the only examples in the Australia
• Very rare in today's market
• 162ci 4-cylinder engine
• T83 3-speed manual transmission
• Maintenance manual, Service receipts, letters,
The Stewart Motor Corporation of Buffalo, New York, began building commercial vehicles in 1912. For 1915 and 1916 only, they offered a passenger car, before returning to what they did best. In 1926 they introduced the "Buddy"- a medium truck with road-going performance During the 1921 model year, the Stewart Company announced that it was going to manufacture its first civilian pickup truck.
This new addition was market towards the everyday tradesman or farmer, where the previous models were almost exclusively marketed commercial. The Stewart pickup was then offered as an express, stake, panel and a special farmer's model.
Coming to Australia from Stewart's Canadian assembly plant, this Buddy Stewart pickup is powered by a stock 35 hp 4-cylinder Waukesha engine that is married to a T83 three-speed manual shifting transmission. Inside the cab is brown upholstery with hand-operated windows and windshield. The exterior is completed with brown paint. Highlighting the exterior are matching artillery-style wheels with polished wheel caps, wood bed rails, front chrome bumper and a spare tire mounted under the bed. The pickup offered is an early restored survivor and is in lovely condition for its age.
These Stewarts are becoming almost impossible to find in such solid well-kept condition...if you can find one at all!
Please Note: If vehicle is sold within Australia, all applicable duties and Taxes will apply.
If vehicle is sold to other countries excluding Australia, all relevant government charges and Taxes that are applicable will apply. *Shipping and insurance to most major ports included in price.