The Scripps-Booth Register:
Founded 1982. Free annual Newsletter and Register update, currently mailed
to 50 owners.
Free copies of sales catalogs,
instruction, and parts list with Car and Engine serial numbers.
If you have access
to old State vehicle registration records from 1914 to 1922 that list Scripps-Booth
serial numbers, please let us know.
The Scripps-Booth cyclecar
was built in Detroit, Michigan in 1914 only, while a luxurious light car
was built from 1915 to 1919.
Chevrolet gained control
of the Scripps-Booth Corp. in 1917.
General Motors made Scripps-Booth
a car division in 1918, and equipped it with a six cylinder engine from
its Northway Division.
GM discontinued the Scripps-Booth
in April, 1922.
The VCCA accepts the following Scripps-Booth models:
Model C Roadster, 1915-17
Model G Roadster, 1917-19
Model D 4 Passenger Roadster, 1916-17
Model H 4 Passenger, 4 Door Touring, 1918.
If you are a Scripps-Booth
owner, or know the serial number of a car, chassis, or engine,
email me at email@example.com