Early racing cars were quirky, prone to flat tires and other breakdowns, which is why it was helpful to have a mechanic riding along to get things going again. Just why anyone really wanted to share the racing experience from the passenger seat is still something of a mystery, as is the identity of Dick DeLuna’s co-driver in this extremely rare 9.9-liter 1917 Hall Scott roadster.

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