Automobilia and flight

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Automobilia and magazine of Mechanical flight; The only motor review in English on the Continent.

Aeronautical engines shown at the paris salon -- structural features of some new aero motors -- four different types of aeroplanes experimented in the neighbourhood of paris -- scenes from the world of flight -- stages in the development of the aeroplane -- history of flight from ader to wright -- first flights by santos-dumont, bleriot, delagrange, and vuia at bagatelle -- the latest stage in the development of the rat of flying -- louis wagner, winner of the first race for the grand prize of automobile club of america -- closing race of the year at savannah, georgia -- napoleon's spy: a romance of the first empire -- from the lady automobilist's point of view -- notes of the month -- minerva-knight slide valve engine -- simplification a strong feature of salon models -- new models presented at recent paris salon -- regarding six cylinder engines -- light weight motors specially designed for aeroplanes -- aeronautical engines shown at paris salon -- structural features of some new aero motors -- an innovation in the lighting of autos -- a pair of popular big-series american autos -- two american light cars shown at paris salon -- brouhot single-cylinder belt-driven chassis -- french voiturette with belt drive -- european adoption of knight sliding valve motor -- handsome curved-line limousine body -- an original seven cylinder motor -- rep seven-cylinder light weight aero engine -- a gasoline engine with sliding valves.
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Automobilia and magazine of mechanical flight
Physical Description
vol. : illustrations ; 37 cm.
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[1905]. Automobilia and flight, 15-1108. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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