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Automobile Engineer: 1926/11/11

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1926 November 11th Issue

11th November 1926 Cover.

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

Contents

  • Design Considerations...395
  • Engines...397
  • Carburation and Manifolding...411
  • Clutches...416
  • Gear Boxes...417
  • Rear Axles...421
  • Brakes...423
  • Suspension...428
  • Frames...430
  • Tools and Accessories...433

Illustrations include: Talbot, Amilcar, Itala, Riley, Rhode, Lagonda, Standard, Wolseley, Crossley Motors, Steyr, Alfa-Romeo, Aster, Daimler, Renault, Ansaldo, Beverley-Barnes, Waverley, Buick, Meadows, Lorraine-Dietrich, Austin, Willys-Knight, Isotta-Fraschini, Singer, Bean, Delaunay-Belleville, Galloway, Imperia, Voisin, Darracq, Zenith, Bentley, Donnet-Zedel, Armstrong Siddeley, Minerva, Bianchi, Panhard, O. M., Chrysler, Lea-Francis, Star, Chevrolet, Ballot, Lorraine, Cadillac, Humphrey, Delage, Morris-Cowley, Morris-Oxford, Citroen, Wolseley, Hupmobile, Bugatti, Lanchester, Argyll, Hotchkiss, Senechal, Lancia Lambda.

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