Title: 1900 to 19XX, A Report on Automobile Engine ...
Publisher: GENERAL MOTORS Department of Public Relations, Detroit, Michigan
Publication Date: 1951
Binding: Staple Soft Cover
Illustrator: B&W Photographs & Illustrations
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket as Issued
Edition: First Edition
Book Type: Private Press
35 pgs. + 1 pg. adds. No date, but the newest year car mentioned is tht 1951 model. Quite Rare blue booklet with black and white font is in very good shape with sharp corners and almost no shelf wear. Slight discoloration to lower rear cover and last couple of pages. INCLUDES NICE PERIOD GM INDEX CARD FROM GM PR DEPT. Bookseller Inventory # 000250
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