12th June 1928, Page 52
12th June 1928
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An Instance Of British Servicing Abroad.
(NIP late years definite indications X./have been forthcoming of the increasing sales of British commercial motor vehicles in overseas markets. This factor is, perhaps, due to a......
The Commercial Motor's Progress In South-west Africa.
Ths ERIIAPS it is but natural that in a sandy country like South-west Africa the camel should be introduced, hut that ancient form of desert transport is being rapidly......