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Automobile Engineer: 1925/10/29

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1925 October 29th Issue

29th October 1925 Cover.

Note: This is a sub-section of the Automobile Engineer


  • Design Considerations...355
  • Engines...357
  • Clutches...374
  • Gear Boxes...375
  • Rear Axles...377
  • Front Axles...380
  • Brakes...381
  • Steering...387
  • Frames...388
  • Suspension...389
  • Tools and Accessories...391

Companies included - Morris-Cowley, Clyno, Beverley-Barnes, Vauxhall, A.C., Bentley, Dorman, Alvis, Armstrong Siddeley, Meadows, Calcott, Lagonda, Star, Swift, Rhode, Crossley Motors, Beardmore, Aster, Hillman, Standard, Sunbeam, Hudson, Willys-Knight, Packard, Essex, Alfa-Romeo, Fiat, Hotchkiss, Darracq, Panhard-Knight, Austro-Daimler, Renault, Voisin, Rolland-Pilain, Ballot; Wolseley, Triumph, Steyr, Bugatti, Senechal, Overland, Vulcan, Chrysler, Perrot, Salmson, Lea-Francis, Bianchi, Waverley, Cox-Atmos, CAV, Benton and Stone, S. U. Co

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