I bet they sold a lot those.
with a dash mount and an automated page turner
Reminds me of motorcycle routes back in the day. Taped to the gas tank and hope I don't miss a turn. Wasn't until ~2008 when I got my first nuvi. Imagine the joy being able to travel roads with no names. Just follow the purple line.
Long live mapsource!!!
Actually there were systems that seriously predated the 1930’s. See https://www.gislounge.com/gps-navigation-1920s-1930s/.
The concept sort of reminds me of something I rigged up in the 1970’s for running TSD road rallies. Typically rally instructions were on multiple 8-1/2 x 11 pages which I proceeded to tape together, end to end and then roll onto a spool. I had a prism, maybe two inches wide, that magnified the instruction we were working on, plus the next instruction. My navigator would “roll” things to keep the proper instruction visible. Worked very well!
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