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View of a Bi-Autogo, an experimental car designed by James Scripps Booth. Built from June 1912 to May 1913.

The world's first large V8 cylinder engine, two-wheeler 4-speed transmission, 140" wheelbase, 37 x 5 1/2 tires, weight was 4,600 lbs,

Photo taken in Birmingham, Michigan.

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1912 Bi-Autogo. (source: National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library.)

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1912 Bi-Autogo experimental car designed by James Scripps Booth. (source: National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library.)

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1912 Bi-Autogo experimental car designed by James Scripps Booth. (source: National Automotive History Collection, Detroit Public Library.)

 
 
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