Motor Age, Volume 8 (Google eBook)

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Class Journal Company, 1905 - Automobiles
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Page 126 - The secretary of state shall forthwith on such registration, and without other fee, issue and deliver to the owner of such motor vehicle a seal of aluminum or other suitable metal, which shall be circular in form, approximately two inches in diameter, and have stamped thereon the words "Registered motor vehicle, No. , New York motor vehicle law...
Page 55 - Rim). The 26-inch tire slides right on to the 26-inch rim as easily as you would put on your hat. It doesn't have to be pried over a 27-inch flange. And next, at the first stroke of the pump, the tire begins to grip the rim like grim death, because there is a mesh or tape of piano wire vulcanized clear around the tire on each side of the base. When the tire is...
Page 75 - THE BALL BEARING CAR." EVERY REVOLVING SHAFT ON BALL BEARINGS. SIMPLICITY IN CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION. GAS-ALJ-LBC "THE JinFLC QflR" Elegant in Finish Built by Skilled Workmen Luxurious in Appointments from the Best Materials obtainable The Simplest Gasolene Car» in the World Both as to Construction and Control and the easiest to operate and maintain.
Page 126 - ... owner of such motor vehicle a seal of aluminum or other suitable metal, which shall be circular in form approximately two inches in diameter, and have stamped thereon the words "Registered motor vehicle, No. , State of California...
Page 126 - ... this state, provided the owners thereof have complied with any law requiring the registration of owners of motor vehicles in force in the state, territory or federal district of their residence, and the registration number showing the initial of such state, territory or federal district shall be displayed on such vehicle substantially as in this section provided.
Page 55 - ... it takes from half an hour to an hour each time you do it. And after you have removed such a tire a few times, the base of the tire becomes stretched, and the fabric (used to strengthen it) becomes broken in places, until this tire becomes 27 inches in diameter instead of 26, a full inch larger than the face of your wheel. So you have to bolt it down, or it will creep, tear the valve out and cause all kinds of trouble. And even then you have to keep it pumped up continually as hard as it will...
Page 55 - But that's to all intents and purposes what the Automobile Man has to do every time he puts an ordinary tire on an ordinary rim. It's about as hard work as breaking into a bank, and he goes at it the same way, with a "jimmy
Page 79 - Original Manufacturers of Auto Top Materials We are headquarters for water-proof materials of all kinds and make a specialty of materials used in the manufacture of Auto Tops, Storm Curtains, Slip Covers, etc.
Page 83 - We make Both Honeycomb and Tubular Radiators Iron and Aluminum Hoods and Fenders Sheet Metal...
Page 73 - ALTON runs the largest passenger engines in the world They keep the trains on time Between Chicago. St. Louis. Kansas City and Peoria QEO.

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