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There was a national news story a few years back that noted that Jay Leno had set a record, getting a speeding ticket with the oldest car on record on a California freeway.
Later, Leno acknowledged in a car collector magazine that he had, indeed, been stopped for driving 75 mph in his 1912 Stanley,
Local car expert, and Stanley steam car owner, Dick Friedeman, later remarked that it wasn’t surprising you could get that model of Stanley up to 75 mph, but that you would dare to do so, considering the braking system of those cars.
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