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British Industrial History

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Automobile Engineer: 1964/10

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October 1964. Front cover.
October 1964. Index to contents.

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


  • Editorial. Why not automatic heating? 421
  • London Motor Show. A preview of the new exhibits so far announced of British manufacturers of quantity-produced cars 422
  • De Normanville Type 230 Overdrive. A new unit of improved design and wide potential application 434
  • Vauxhall Automatic. Upper wishbones for the Vauxhall Victor assembled on Assembly Hi-Ton in-line transfer machines 446
  • Deformable Dies. Metal forming with Adiprene, a specially developed proprietary urethane rubber 451
  • New Plant and Tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment 452
  • Components and Products 455
  • Materials and Treatments. New opportunities for designers to improve their products 457
  • Instruments for Workshop and Laboratory 459
  • Current Patents Selected abstracts of recently issued specifications 461

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