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Grueling Tests for Artillery, Showing Visitors how Cars are Made and more

Our French Correspondent

The Future Car

How Car Bodies have developed at Home and Abroad

By Walter Baunard

The Making of a Pneumatic Automobile Tire

A Trip through a Tire Factory

By E. R. Hall

Europe's Good Roads

What they Mean to Road Users

By Francis Miltoun

Will the Automobile be Driven by Kerosene?

Problem of the Decreasing Supply of Gasoline and the Increasing Number of Internal Combustion Engines

By H. A. Morris

Clever Devices that Help Motorists

European Inventions That Meet Real Needs

What Gasoline Pleasure Car Can I Buy?

A Composite Price List of American Pleasure Cars

By Theodore M . R. von Kler

The Trend in Automobile Construction

The Views of Automobile Engineers and Designers

What Electric Pleasure Car Can I Buy?

A Table which Gives the Name, Manufacturer and Price of the Principal American Electric Pleasure Cars

Partnership Use of a Motor Car, Special Resources of American Libraries

By P. H. McKilwin

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January 11, 1913

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