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Automobile Engineer: 1958/06

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June 1958. Front cover.
June 1958. Index to contents.

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


  • 207. Editorial - Aerodynamics and Stability
  • 211. Aluminium Alloy Bearings - History of the development of reticular aluminium-tin steel backed plain bearings
  • 215. Car Aerodynamics G. E. Lind Walker Part I: A review of current knowledge, and an introduction to the research work carried out at Auckland University, School of Engineering
  • 222. American Bodywork - Styling problems set by the adoption of the twin side-by-side headlamp arrangement
  • 231. Recent Foreign Publications - Brief reviews of current technical books
  • 233. The Ford “Thames” Foundry - Advanced techniques, a high standard of mechanization, and exceptional working conditions characterize this new plant. Production capacity is 400 tons of finished castings each day

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