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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
RELATING TO MODERN
AUTOMOBILE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR
By VICTOR W. PAGÉ, M. E.,
Author of "The Modern Gasoline Automobile", "The Modern Gas Tractor", Etc., etc.
600 (629) Pagos.
'HIS practical treatise consists of a series of thirty-six
lessons, covering with nearly 2000 questions and their
answers—the automobile, its construction, operation and repair. The subject matter is absolutely correct and explained in simple language. If you can't answer all of the following questions, you need this work. The answers to these and noarly 2000 more are to be found in its pages.
Give the name of all important parts of an automobile and describe their functions. Describe action of latest types of kerosene carburetors. What is the difference between a "Double” ignition system and a “dual" ignition system? Name parts of an induction coil ? How are valves timed? What is an electric motor starter and how does it
work? What are advantages of worm drive gearing ? Name all important types of ball and roller bearings ? What is a “Threequarter" floating axle? What is a two-speed axle? What is the Vulcan electric gear shift? Name the causes of lost power in automobiles. Describe all noises due to deranged mechanism and give causes ? How can you adjust a carburetor by the color of the exhaust gases? What causes popping” in the carburetor 1 What tools and supplies are needed to equip a car? How do you drive various makes of cars? What is a differential lock and where is it used? Name different systems of wire wheel construction, etc., etc.
A popular work at a popular price. Answers every question you
may ask relating to the modern automobile.
SYNOPSIS OF THE 36 LESSONS
1. The Modern Gasoline Automobile and Its 18. Action of Sliding Gear Transmissions. Principal Parts.
19. Methods of Drire to Rear Wheels. 2. Action of Two and Four Stroke Cycle Motors. 20. Differential Gear Construction and Opera. 3. Parts of Gasoline Motors and Their Function.
tion, 4. Fuels for Automobile Motors.
21. Rear Axle Types. 6. Theory of Carburetion and Its Application. 22. Automobile Frames and Springs. 6. Types of Carburetors and Their Action. 23. The Steering Gear and Front Axle. 7. HON Gas is Exploded in Cylinder to 24. Wheels, Rims and Tires. Produce Power.
25. Automobile Bearings and Their Care. 8. Parts of Ignition Systems and Their Purpose. 26. How to Start and Control Automobile Power g Current Producers, Batteries, Dynamos and
27. Methods of Speed Changing Outlined. 10. Low Tension Ignition Systems.
28. Utility of Brakes and Their Use. 11. High Tension Ignition Systems.
29. General Driving Instructions. 12. Methods of Lubricating the Automobile 30. Oiling the Automobile Chassis. Power Plant.
31. Road Troubles and Their Symptoms. 13. Cooling the Gasoline Engine by Air.
32. Repairing Power Plant Group.
33. Troubles With Power Transmission 14. Typical Water Cooling Systems.
Mechanism. 15. Use of Clutch and Various Types Described. 34. Chassis Troubles and Their Elimination. 16. The Friction Transmission.
35. Fixing Tire Defects. 17. The Individual Clutch Change Speed Gear. 36. Equipment and Accessories.
THE MODERN GASOLINE AUTOMOBILE-ITS DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR.
By VICTOR W. PAGE, M. E. The latest and most complete treatise on the Gasoline Automobile ever issued. Written in simple language by a recognized authority, familiar with every branch of the automobile industry. Free from technical terms. Everything is explained so simply that anyone of average intelligence may gain a comprehensive knowledge of the gasoline automobile. The information is up-to-date and includes, in addition to an exposition of principles of construction and description of all types of automobiles and their components, valuable money-saving hints on the care and operation of motorcars propelled by internal combustion engines. Among some of the subjects treated might be mentioned: Torpedo and other symmetrical body forms designed to reduce air resistance; sleeve valve, rotary valve and other types of silent motors; increasing tendency to favor worm-gear power-transmission; universal application of magneto ignition; development of automobile electric-lighting systems; block motors; underslung chassis; application of practical self-starters; long stroke and offset cylinder motors; latest automatic lubrication systems; silent chains for valve operation and change-speed gearing; the use of front wheel brakes and many other detail refinements. By a careful study
this book one can gain practical knowledge of automobile construction that will save time, money and worry. The book tells you just what to do, how and when to do it. Nothing has been omitted, no detail has been slighted. Every part of the automobile, its equipment, accessories, tools, supplies, spare parts necessary, etc., have been discussed comprehensively. If you are or intend to become a motorist, or are in any way interested in the modern Gasolino Automobile, this is a book you cannot afford to be without. Over 800 6x9 pagesand more than 575 new and specially made netail illustrations, as well as many full page und double page plates, showing all parts of the automobile. Including 11 large folding plates. 1914 edition just issued. (See page 3 for full description.) Price $2.50
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON AUTOMOBILE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR.
By VICTOR W. PAGÉ, M. E. This practical treatise consists of thirty-six lessons covering with nearly 2000 questions and ibeir apswer-the automobilo, its
construction, operation and repair. The subject matter is absolutely, correct and explained in simil language. The book is coniously illustrated with drawings and photographs, showing the latest domestic and foreign practice. 622 pages, 329 illustrations and plates. (See page 4 for full description.)
Pr ce $1.50 WHAT IS SAID OF THIS BOOK: “If you own a car-Get this book.”—The Glassworker. "Mr. Pagé has the faculty of making difficult subjects plain and understandable." ---Bristol Press. “We can name no writer better qualified to prepare a book of instruction on automo. biles tban Mr. Victor W. Pagé."--Scientific American. "The best automobile catechism that has appeared."-Automobile Topice.
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BALLOONS AND FLYING MACHINES
MODEL BALLOONS AND FLYING MACHINES, WITH A SHORT ACCOUNT OP THE PROGRESS OF AVIATION.
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BRAZING AND SOLDERING
BRAZING AND SOLDERING. By JAMES F. HOBART.
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TIONAL VIEW OF GASOLINE ENGINE. Compiled by VICTOR W. PAGE.
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TIONAL VIEW OF TWIN CYLINDER GASOLINE ENGINE. Com-
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HENLEY'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PRACTICAL ENGINEERING AND ALLIED TRADES.
Edited by JOSEPH G. HORNER, A.M.I.M.E. This set of five volumes contains about 2,500 pages with thousands of illustrations, including diagrammatic and sectional drawings with full explanatory details. This work covers the entire practice of Civil and Mechanical Engineering. The best-known experts in all branches of engineering have contributed to these volumes. The Cyclopedia is admirably well adapted to the needs of the beginner and the self-taught, practical man, as well as the mechanical engineer, designer, draftsman, shop superintendent,
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