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Three Men in a Motor Car (Scarritt 1906)

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A super period account of a French Motor Tour made by three American Enthusiats, including a former president of the Automobile Club of America. The first chapter entitled: "Three Men in a Boat", courtesy of J.K.J's topical literary success, covers their Ship's passage prior to their European adventure which then included a visit to the holders of the Gordon Bennett Trophy at that time , driver Leon Thery and cars builder Brasier. This particular book is inscribed by the owner (Valentine G. Hush) as having been given to her father by his friend W E  Scarritt. The book is in fairly good condition apart from a  faded spine and has a charming illustrated cover.  268 pages, plus many period photos .