Royal Tourist #7 (1905 American Elimination Trial)

Despite a third place finish, car was not selected for the American team

Make: Royal Tourist
Year: 1905
Mechanician: R.H. Tucker
Horsepower: 40
Finish Place: 3- Not selected for the American Team
Average Speed: 48.8

#7 Royal Tourist driven Robert Jardine, 40 HP. Finished 3rd. Averaged 48.8 mph. Not selected for American team.

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