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The 1890 Maxon-Muycrosse Eighty-Eight steam car. The Eighty-Eight is the brainchild of Oscar Samuel Muycrosse and Bernadette (Bernie) Maxton, Igford’s first female steam-engineer. Though the car’s official title is Eighty-Eight, most people refer to it as the Maxton. The brasswork around the pistons is purely for decorative purposes and used to make the engine more presentable - though it is easily damaged with rigourous operation of the steam car.This is often the case on cobbled streets that are not well suited to modern horseless carriages! No need for cabin heaters as the firebox is so close to the seats that it can get extremely hot while driving! As a result the Maxton isn’t ideal for long journeys but is more comfortable to drive than most steam cars in the frosty heights of the Caledonian winter!