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Automobile Engineer: 1964/07

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July 1964. Front cover.
July 1964. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorial. Development and Design — New Approaches 299
  • Fiat 1300 and 1500 Part II: Clutch and gearbox; divided propeller shaft; rear axle; rear suspension 300
  • Tecalemit-Jackson Petrol Injection. A system claimed to be both practically and economically suitable for application to quantity-produced spark ignition engines for cars and commercial vehicles 307
  • Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering 314
  • Internal-Pintle Nozzle. This component is designed to give high rates of flow in diesel injection systems 316
  • Pitt Tandem Suspension. A linked suspension system with rubber bushed pivots for a new semi-trailer 320
  • Materials and Treatment. New opportunities for designers to improve their products 322
  • Seam Welding Developments. Continuous cleaning of electrode wheels in light alloy welding 323
  • Austin Car Assembly. Details of the body storage and assembly operations of the Austin 1100. Part II: From body painting to the assembly of complete cars 324
  • New Plant and Tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment 334
  • Current Patents. Selected abstracts of recently issued specifications 337

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