8 3/4" x 9 9/16" one sheet, printed on both sides, 3 page double foldout showing the Scripps-Booth Roadster and the Scripps-Booth Family Car with prices. This is an interesting foldout as depending how it is folded out it shows two versions each of the two vehicles. Also provided are specifications, information, and illustrations. Scripps-Booth was a United States automobile company based in Detroit, Michigan, which produced motor vehicles from 1913 through 1923. The company was founded by artist and engineer James Scripps Booth (of the Scripps publishing family), who also built the Bi-Autogo. Scripps-Booth company produced vehicles intended for the luxury market. In 1916 they consolidated with the Sterling Motor Company to become the Scripps-Booth Corporation. By this time Scripps-Booth had been purchased by Chevrolet whose founder William C. Durant was also the founding president of Sterling Motor Company. General Motors discontinued the brand name in 1923. Very good copy.
Inventory Number: 42609