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Automobile Engineer: 1952/10

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October 1952. Front cover.
October 1952. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorials - Commercial Vehicles. Machines and Productivity...369-370
  • The New Austin ‘7’ - A Well-equipped Car of Light Weight...371-385
  • Engine Lubricating Oils. By J. G. Withers - The Performance of Premium and Heavy-duty qualities...387-393
  • Recent Publications - Brief Reviews of Current Technical Books...391
  • Tappet Wear - Some Development Work Leading to the Adoption of Cast Chromium Alloy Tips -- Triumph Engineering Co...405-408
  • Starting in Extreme Cold. By J. D. Richards - A Study of the Special Difficulties with Small-capacity Engines...409-413
  • Tyre Curing - Mechanized Equipment for Faster Production - Macneil Machine and Engineering Co, Akron, Ohio...414

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