Scripps-Booth produced automobiles from 1912 to 1917, when it was absorbed by Chevrolet. The last to bear its name was assembled from parts on hand by General Motors in 1922.

With its pointed German silver radiator shell, Houk wire wheels and torpedo rear deck, this three-seat roadster appealed to members of high society and the aristocracy such as Mrs. Jay Gould, Reggie Vanderbilt, the Queen of Holland, the King of Spain and Winston Churchill.

Specifications: Model C; engine Sterling four-cylinder, in-line, water-cooled; bore 3 in., stroke 4-1/4 in., displacement 120.2 cu. in., 20/25 hp.

Price new, $775.

Accession no. 1991G24

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