Italy and France in a Studebaker Car
Charming and very detailed account of 1906 motor car tour, in which the author describes his experiences, good and bad, with advice about how to avoid making the same mistakes. The author shipped his car to Naples, Italy from New York and includes "notes for novices in European touring" and a short chapter on the importance of selecting a chauffeur. His eighty eight day tour cost him $973.97 including shipping the car. A book length "advertisement" published by Studebaker to herald their motor cars.
An uncommon and somewhat self-congratulatory publication by “ The Motor” on Jan 1st 1924. Takes a look at British motoring progress in 1923, technical, sporting and roadbuilding.
First to Hazelton in a Flanders "20"
"Animated by the same spirit that many years before had urged out upon a similar journey the expedition of Lewis and Clark..." so this booklet begins an account of a pioneering 1200 mile automobile trip from Seattle, Washington to Hazelton, British Columbia. Told mainly from the recollections of the driver, Mr. P. E. Sands with documentary photographs from Will T. Curtis. The Flanders was an early American automobile, manufactured by E.M.F. and sold under the Studebaker license.