Title: Engineering Education Series: The Gasoline ...
Publisher: Extension Division of the University of Wisconsin, 1919
Publication Date: 1919
483 p. This is the second edition, completely revised and rewritten. It is a complete set of 16 assignments for this course. A typewritten sheet of questions on the assignment is enclosed with each. Each lesson is a booklet bound in stiff green paper stock. The lessons are profusely illustrated with black-and-white photographs and drawings. The booklets are bound together with a heavy string and have been bound in a forest green cloth hard cover book; the question sheets are laid in with each section. There is an index to the entire set. The cover is not very attractive and the spine is worn, but the book is perfectly sound and clean. This should be of real interest to a collector or repairer of antique automobiles, automobile history buffs, mechanics, or others. Bookseller Inventory # 053114UW
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