Pope-Toledo #4 (1904)

Won the 1904 Great Louisiana Purchase Cup

Make: Panhard
Year: 1904
Mechanician: A. Anderson
Horsepower: 60
Finish Place: 10
Average Speed:

Won the 1904 Great Louisiana Purchase Cup in St. Louis for the 10-mile championship. #4 Pope-Toledo (USA) driven by A.C.Webb, 60 HP. Finished 10th. Broke steering knuckle near Westbury grandstand during lap 6.

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