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Automobile Engineer: 1965/04

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April 1965. Front cover.
April 1965. Index to contents.

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


  • 127. Editorial. Engine lubricant performance
  • 128. Singer Chamois Partone: the 875 cm3 engine. An appraisal of the design of the first British rear engine car to be produced in large quantities
  • 139. Bendix disc brakes. Some details of the design and performance of the series E brakes developed for American passenger cars
  • 143.Automated test equipment. Measures taken to enable complex tests to be run 24 hours a day seven days a week
  • 150. International forum. Readers'views and contributions from their experience in respect of subjects of articles we have published recently. S. Poules, M. G. Gutherie
  • 151. Instruments for workshop and laboratory
  • 153. Books. Brief comments on recent publications relevant to automobile engineering
  • 154. Laycock Overdrives. Two new units from a prominent firm in the sphere of auxiliary transmissions
  • 160. Cold rolled components. For many motor car body components, a much more economical and flexible production method than pressing or stamping
  • 162. New plant and tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment
  • 165. Components and products
  • 167 Materials and treatment. Latest opportunities for improvement of product design

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