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Automobile Engineer: 1965/06

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June 1965. Front cover.
June 1965. Index to contents.

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


  • 261. Editorial' A neglected production process
  • 262. International review of bodywork design. European trends towards agreement as to the best layouts and general appearance. Americans favouring larger medium-size cars. Improvements in ventilation and sound insulation
  • 275. International forum. Readers' views and contributions from their experience in respect of subjects of articles we have published recently. J. C. Cree
  • 276. Ford 2700 range of diesel engines Four- and six-cylinder units for the new D series trucks and other applications
  • 280. Singer Chamois Part III: Brakes, bodywork, heating and electrical equipment. An appraisal of the design of the first British rear engine car to be produced in large quantities
  • 287. ERF braking systems. Chief designer Frank Brooks explains plans to exceed the requirements of the new regulations for commercial vehicles
  • 290. New plant and tools. Recent interesting developments in production equipment
  • 293. Components and products
  • 294. Publications and Films
  • 295. Materials and treatment. Latest opportunities for improvement of product design
  • 297. Instruments for workshop and laboratory
  • 299. Current patents. Selected abstracts of recently issued specifications

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