The Motor, November 13th 1934

SKU: 026705
Regular price £25.00 GBP inc. VAT
Pictoral paper covers with orange lettering to front. The covers are rather grubby with a closed tear to the top of the spine. Stapled spine, staples rusted. Textblock is tanned. 95 pp. Contains a large advert section and advice on places one may wish to motor to. Articles include 'cultivating the good driver's touch', 'Protection against frost' and 'Belish's biggest blunder' which is subtitled 'unlimited right of way for pedestrians - no rights for drivers - new dangers created'. When securely packed this item will weigh in the region of 393g.(YBP Ref: 026705:1-P4)
  • Author: The Motor
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  • Publisher: The Motor
  • Condition: Good
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  • Size: 4to - over 9 3/4in - 12in Tall
  • Binding: Soft Cover
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  • Published Date: 1934
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  • Language: English