Automobiles of 1941

Palmer, D. H.
December 1940
New Republic;12/30/40, Vol. 103 Issue 27, p891
Focuses on the prospects for the automobile industry in the United States. Possibility for an increase in the sales of automobiles; Number of automobiles sold; Performance of different car manufacturers; Comparison between performance and economy of some car models; Estimates of buying and maintaining cars made by different companies; Features of some selected models; Effect of an increase in power and speed of cars on accidents and death rate.


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