Production Date
Official magazine of the Automobile Association of New Zealand with updates on road safety, developments in the automotive industry, transportation policy, and current events. Vol.33, no.6 (Aug/Sep 1968) - Vol.34, no.3 (Aug/Sep 1969) ; Vol.34, no.3 (Dec 1969/Jan 1970) ; Vol.35, no.1 (Apr/May 1970) ; Vol.35, no.5 (Dec/Jan 1971) - Vol.37, no.1 (Apr/May 1972) ; Vol.37, no.3 (Aug/Sep 1972) ; Vol.37, no.6 (Feb/Mar 1973) - Vol.38, no.2 (Jun/Jul 1973) ; Vol.38, no.4 (Oct/Nov 1973) ; Vol.39, no.3 (Aug/Sep 1974) - Vol.41, no.4 (Oct/Nov 1976) ; Vol.41, no.6 (Feb/Mar 1977) - Vol.45, no.3 (Aug/Sep 1980) ; Vol.45, no.5 (Dec 1980/Jan 1981) - Vol.52, no.5 (Dec 1987/Jan 1988). Sample contents: Vol.33, no.6 (Aug/Sep 1968) Editorial: seat belts do save lives / editor's letters / tourism pays handsome dividends / start soon on AA wgtn hq / the lost key "business" / how a car works / ignition article - battery energy is often wasted / ignition replies / naseby and st bathans / road test - ford escort / automobile association news / women at the wheel / road test - tr5 / welding / hitch-hiking / motor racing / mogul oil / "i know it's rather late" / camping section
Other Name
AA Motor World
Official automobile association magazine
The New Zealand Motor World
Physical Description
volumes : illustrations, figures, photographs (some colour) ; 28 cm
Accession No
Credit Line
1960s-1980s. Motor World, PUB-2019-20.1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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