Detroit: Arnold-Powers, 1942. First Edition. Richardson, Sullivan C. Adventure South: Three Men and a Lone Car Blaze the Pan American Highway Route Down Two Continents to Cape Horn! Arnold-Powers Inc. Detroit. 1942. Signed by all three members of the expedition: Sullivan Richardson, Arnold Whitaker, Kenneth C. Van Hee.  half title with signatures; title page; pp.5-330; . Gift Inscription of the half title page, "Dear Jerry, Thought you might enjoy this in as much as you know something (me) who knows someone (Ken) on the expedition. Happy Birthday, B".
Decorated endpapers with brief journal excerpts and map of the journey. Blue boards with gold title and author to front cover board, as well as to spine. Sound binding with minor shelf wear to top and tail of spine and some bumping to corners.
The Richardson Expedition is thought to be the greatest automobile adventure ever taken. Entailing three men traveling by car from Detroit to the lower end of South America. These details cover periods where the trio travelled over areas with no distinct roads and barely a foot path through. Originally published in segments found in the Plymouth Bulletin. very good. Item #425
Price (USD): $300.00