The Autocar Handbook

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Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3845713070
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Ii you are innocent of such a friend, just take up your pen, and put your wants and
desires, coupled with your financial limit, your mechanical capabilities or
leanings, before the Editor of The Autocar, who will give your particular case the
closest consideration, and advise you to the best of his ability. In so doing, the
exact duties required of the car should be stated, and the contour and condition
of the roads over which the vehicle will be mostly used given. If storage is at hand
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Author: Mike Featherstone
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1849206538
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The Autocar (1913) 'Bonnets and Radiators', 22 March: 507-20. The Autocar (
1919) 'The Designing Hun', 12 .Tuly: 68. The Autocar (1920) 'German Design,
Mercedes Cars', 11 September: 451-2. The Autocar (1928a) 'At the Paris Show', 5
October: 685. TheAutocar (1928b) 'A Tour of Olympia', 12 October: 766-73. The
Autocar (1928c) 'Showtide', 19 October: 875. The Autocar (1936) 'Disconnected .
Tottings', 9 October: 680. The Autocar (1938) 'The People's Car: Foundation
Stone for ...

Big Rigs Of The 1950s

Author: Ronald G. Adams
ISBN: 9781610605748
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Those that survived did so in part because they were berter trucks, built and sold
by companies that knew how to please the customers who purchased the product
, Such was the case with the Autocar Company, which traces its beginnings to the
founding of the Pitrsburgh Motor Car Company of Pitrsburgh, Pennsylvania, by
brothers Louis S. and John S. Clark in 1897. They srarted by building motorized
tricycles and a car called the Pitrsburger. Soon after, the company name was ...

Roads Were Not Built For Cars

Author: Carlton Reid
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610916883
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THE AUTOCAR The Autocar wasn't the world's first motoring magazine – that
was La Locomotion Automobile, a French monthly launched in 1894 – but The
Autocar was the first weekly. And it's still published. Launched in 1895 and
produced by Iliffe and Son of Coventry, the magazine helped popularise motoring
. Its first editor was inventor and pioneer motorist Henry Sturmey. He had been a
pioneer cycling journalist while Iliffe was a pioneer cycling magazine publisher.
Iliffe was a ...