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Titolo: MOTOR FIELD, 1914 (VOLUME 28, NO. 5)
Casa editrice: Wahlgreen Publishing Co., Denver, Colo.
Data di pubblicazione: 1914
Condizione libro: Very Good+
Edizione: First Edition.
February, 1914 (Vol. 28, No. 5). Soft pictorial covers. Front cover's top corner has a small foxing stain. Magazines interior is tight, clean and intact. B/W illustrations. Articles by various contributors: Round-up of the Western Shows. List of Exhibitors at the Minneapolis Automobile Show. The New York Show. The Future Seat of California's Factories. Richmond's Growth. Renewing Lincoln Highway Campaign. Photograph and drawing illustrations of motor cars and accessories, Tires, Parts, Engines & Chassis. White Motor Cars, Lyons-Knight Series, National Six Models, Saxon, Willys-Knight, Reo the Fifth, Borland Electric, Pioneer, Jeffery Four, Cameron and the Stearns-Knight Closed Car. Automotive ; B/W Photographs; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 80 pages. Codice inventario libreria 16124
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