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The Selection of a Motor Truck

Leading Features of This Year's Models

By Harry W. Perry

The Riding Qualities of a Car

Science of Springs, Upholstery, and Shock Absorbers

By S. W. Harvey

Making the Starting Crank Obsolete

By H. P. Wilkin

A Fertile Field for Inventors

Opportunities Offered by the Automobile Industry

Gasoline in War

How Europe is Creating an Army by Subsidizing Motor Vehicles

By Theodore M. Raulein von Keler

The Pleasure Boat's Debt to the Racer

By Lawrence La Rue

Driving the Car at Night

By H. S Whiting

The Motorcycle of 1912

By J. J. O'Connor

Motor Truck Cost Charts

Tables Prepared by Leading Motor Truck Manufacturers

Light and Heavy Car Costs Compared

By Harry W. Perry

Making Chauffeurs of Teamsters

By Harry S. Houpt

Will Rubber Tires be Supplanted?

What the Inventors Are Doing to Abolish the Pneumatic Tire and Lower Repairing Expense

The Current Supplement, January 1912

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January 06, 1912

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