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Standing, as we do, in the shadow of the centennial re-running of the New York to Paris race (May, 2008) it is interesting to read about the authentic 1908 contest and the difficulties they faced in a world without proper roads.

"Interest in the New York - to - Paris race, temporarily suspended by the failure to find a passable road in Alaska..."

Click here to read more about the cars of yore...

     


The 1908 New York  - Paris Race: Bumpy Ride (Literary Digest, 1908)

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