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Automobile Engineer: 1964/08

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August 1964. Front cover.
August 1964. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorial. Engineers, too, need languages 339
  • Fiat 1300 and 1500 Part III: Front suspension; braking system; steering; unitary body-chassis 340
  • Accelerated Wear Tests on Hydraulic Pumps. Employment of radioactive isotopes to measure the wear in pumps for power-assisted steering systems J. A. EDWARDS 350
  • Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering 353
  • Improved Braking System for B.M.C. Cars with Six-cylinder Engines. New inertia-control valve; larger vacuum servo unit; modified front disc brakes; self-adjusting rear drum brakes 355
  • Automatic Lubrication. Clayton Dewandre Milomatic lubricator claimed to have all the advantages and virtually none of the disadvantages of earlier units 358
  • New Door Lock for Open Cars. A Wilmot Breeden design that incorporates anti-burst devices 362
  • Instruments for Workshop and Laboratory 375
  • Materials and Treatment 377

Editor: T. K. Garrett
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