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Tramways et Automobiles
E Aucamus and L Galine
Published in 1900, this book really makes me wish I had taken notice in my French classes at school. Written in French, it has 234 superb illustrations of vehicles, engines, trams, trains etc plus lots of technical drawings. A magnificent piece for the Vintage Motoring Library, leather bound with faded spine, otherwise delightful condition. Appears to include descriptions of all French vehicles.
Magnetos for Automobilists
“Practical instruction in the manufacture and adaptation of the magneto to the needs of the motorist”. 88 page hard cover with 35 illustrations. Published 1907, covers history and theory, components, and practical hints. Binding loose and some marks to cover, otherwise good condition.
The Motor Manual
Staff of The Motor
16th Edition c1913-1914 in lovely condition. 266 pages of everything the motorist needs to know for the repair and maintenance of their Car. Very well illustrated, also with many delightful Ads.
Electricity and the Motor Car
Specially written for the amateur motorist of the day, this hardcover book of 208 pages covers the early cars electrical, starting and ignition systems. Lots of helpful illustrations, and a very good chapter on magnetos. Some internal damage.
Automobile Starting and Lighting
Harold P Manly
Published in 1918, this is a non technical explanation of the construction, upkeep and principles of operation of the electrical equipment of automobiles. Lots of good illustrations, this American publication will be very useful to the Veteran Car owner. Second Edition. Some damage to spine, but overall good condition.
Brookes Automobile Handbook
L Elliott Brookes
Revised and enlarged edition published 1919. 706 pages with illustrations covering topics from acetylene to Zenith carburetor. Leather look cover, and in good condition.
Automobile Ignition, Starting, Lighting
Charles B Hayward
A 1920 publication of 683 pages, with many illustrations accompanying the text. Subjects covered include principles, ignition, starting, lighting, etc. Leather look cover is loose, contents clean and sound.
The Motor Repair Manual
Published c1921 by the staff of the Motor. 135 pages of practical hints for the owner driver of the day. Illustrated, covers damaged, contents sound.
6 volume set, being a general reference work covering the construction, care and repair of pleasure cars, commercial cars, and motorcycles. Special attention to ignition, starting, lighting, garage equipment, welding, Ford construction and repair, and other repair methods. Published by The American Technical Society, Chicago, 1923, and containing over 1500 illustrations. Finished with embossed leather look material, this is a handsome set, as well as being exceptionally useful.
The Owner Drivers Handbook
Edward T Brown
Published in 1925, this 288 page book includes maintenance information, how to paint the car at home, the choice of a car, the art of driving, the art of camping, resume of the motor car act and much more. Minor wear to cover, otherwise good for age.
Floyd Clymer’s Antique Car Repair Handbook
A service manual for US built cars built in 1927 and prior years. This is a reprint of a book first published 1920-27 by Leslie Judge, Stratford Press. Soft cover, 226 pages with illustrations and in good condition.
Wheels on Paper LtdPage 1Website – June 2007