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Automobile Engineer: 1947/11/20

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20th November 1947. Front cover.
20th November 1947. Index to contents.

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

CONTENTS

  • Editorial - Passenger Transport Chassis...429-432
  • Heavy Passenger Vehicles - A Survey of the Principal Models Available...433-472
  • A.E.C. - The 'Regent' Mark III Chassis...433—136
  • Albion - The 'Venturer' Double-decker Passenger Chassis...436—139
  • Austin -The 26-seater Lightweight Coach Chassis...439-441
  • Bedford - Six-cylinder Chassis for Deluxe Passenger Coach...442-443
  • Bristol - Oil-engined Double-deck Passenger Chassis...444—146
  • B.M.M.O. - The “S” Type Under-floor-engined Single-deck Bus Chassis...447-449
  • Crossley - A Public Service Chassis...450-452
  • Daimler - The Double-decker CWD-type Passenger Chassis...453-455
  • Dennis - The 'Lancet' III Six-cylinder Passenger Chassis...456-159
  • Foden - Single and Double-decker Passenger Chassis...459-461
  • Guy - The 'Arab' Passenger Chassis with Gardner Oil Engine...462-464
  • Leyland - Models PD 2/1 and PD 2/3 Double-decker Passenger Chassis...465-468
  • Maudslay - The 'Marathon' Mark III Coach Chassis...468-170
  • Thornycroft -The “S.G.” Passenger Chassis with New Transmission System...170-172
  • Names and Addresses of Manufacturers .... 472

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