The 1913 Stanley Model 64 is a sporty, two-seater roadster. It represents the pinnacle of antique automobile restoration. From the Nightwatch Blue paint to the meticulously applied pinstriping, the Model 64 was spared no expense or detail. Though a century of driving had taken its toll, restorer Charlie Johnson brought the sporty roadster to its present like-new condition. According to Mr. Johnson, the Model 64 has the highest percentage of original parts of any car he has ever restored, making this automobile a very rare and important part of history. The Model 64 is one of two cars which originated the collection. The Model 64 was originally owned by Martha Ward of Livonia, New York, who bought the car new and drove it until 1921. Beginning in 1939, Mr. James Kuhn drove the Stanley in parades around Clifton Springs, New York. In more recent years, the 1913 Stanley Model 64 has participated in tours in Vermont and around New England.