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== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 13:22, 31 August 2016

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  • Igniters for Internal Combustion Engines - p277
  • Notes - p278
    • Lister and Co, of Keighley, Yorkshire, a well-known engineering firm, which possesses patents covering a motor, special driving gear, and other constructional details.
    • Vincke et Delmar, of Brussels
    • Speir Newton
  • Steam Locomotion on Common Roads - p279
    • Various Locomotive acts
    • Belgian Automobile Club
    • Hibernia, in the Boat Race.
  • Official Report on the Chicago Autocar Trials - p280
  • Mr. Knight's Steam Car of 1868 - Illustrated - p281
  • Abridgments - p286
    • E. J. Pennington - Improvements in self-propelling road vehicles - details and drawing

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