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The Death Roll of the Aeroplane, Producer Gas Engines for Marine use, and more

Glenn Curtiss Wins the Scientific American Trophy

The First Aeronautical Trophy to be Offered for Competition in America

Thomas A. Edison's Latest Invention

A Storage Battery Designed and Constructed from the Automobile User's Point of View

By Joseph B. Baker

The Modern Pleasure Electric Vehicle

Some Interesting Problems of Design and Construction and Their Solution

By William W. Hudson

Some Remarkable Mechanical Road Guides

Ingenious Devices which have been Invented to Supplant the Guide Book and Chart

By Harry W. Perry

Why you can Buy a Good Car for Little Money

The Mass Production of Motor Cars

By Harold Whiting Slauson

The Commercial Motor Truck vs. the Horse

A Comparison of Efficiencies and Costs

By Harry W. Perry

A Few Shop Jobs on an Old Car

Hints for the Man Handy with Tools

By Herbert L. Towle

Repainting the Old Car at Home

Suggestions for the Amateur

By Herbert L. Towle

The Small, Inexpensive Garage

Knockdown and Unit Type of Portable Structures for the Man of Moderate Means

By H. P. Wilkin

The Tragic End of Moisant and Hoxsey

How Two Famous Aviators Met Their Death

The Motorcycles of 1911

Automobile Cylinder Lubricating Oils

What the Automobile User Should Know About Them

By John C. Sparks

Decorating Madison Square Garden, Our Insect-Ridden Timber, Patents and Government Employees, and more

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    January 14, 1911