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27th June 1907
27th June 1907
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Motorcab Developments.

The present exceptionally high receipt5 of London motorcabs threaten to bring about the promotion of too many fresh companies,...

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A New Design for a London Motorcab.

At least one of the large and old-established horse-cab companies has awakened to the fact that the cab of the future will be...

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Road Widenings and Motor Roads.

By John A. Brodie, Wh.Sc., hi.Inst.C.E., I desire to thank you very heartily for the honour you have done me in electing me to...

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The Motor Omnibus World.

Noise: No owners of motorbuses have to enlure so many extra difficulties as is the ase in London : the cost of existing )olice...

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News and Comment.

This journal fosters, represents, and chronicles commercial motoring in all its branches: our regular weekly circulation...

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Agricultural Road Motors at Lincoln.

First Illustrated Report. Lincoln is in a state of great excitement over the Royal Show. The broad acres of West Common,...

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About The Editor, " THE COMMERCIAL MOTOR." Sir :—Referring to the letter of Messrs. Sturmey Motors, Ltd., "About...

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The "Pedals to Push" Delivery Van.

The light van which we illustrate on his page is the toh.p, model made by he Adams Manufacturing Co., Ltd., of Redford. This...

Green's Detachable Rims.

The illustration of a detachable rim vhich accompanies these notes shows in invention which should be of increst to all...

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Valve Gear.

Contributed by an Engineer-in-Charge. The working of valves and valve gear on steam wagons and tractors is not so thoroughly...

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A Report from India.

The Albion Commercial Vehicles of the Calcutta Port Commissioners. The utility motor vehicle has found a sphere in the Ear...

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Electrical Transmission Motor Vehicles.

Discussion at the Engineering Conference. On Wednesday morning last, at the first sitting of Section VII (applications of...

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Patents Completed.

GREASE CUP. —Derr. —No. 8,750, dated 15th April, 1907.—A cup (1) has a central opening in its bottom, into which a stem (2) is...