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"How Trucks Supplied D-Day Invaders," "Reds (Red Army) Honor Studebaker," "Piper Plans Family Planes to Sell at Auto Prices," "Ford Incentive Plan Holds Hope for Future Efficiency," "Labor Explosion Gives Hint of Postwar Peril," "Willow Run Cut Short. Bom

Automotive News: Detroit 1945 Illustr, 15.5 x 11.5, pebbled black cloth, pagination varies. Ex-corporate library, covers have light wear, inner hinges cracked, lacks a couple of corners, tears/edge tears, cello tape, hold on p. 1-2 of April 16, toning else good. Other articles: "Gen. Knudsen Retires with High Honors," "Detroit to Fete Knudsen," "Edison-Splitdorf Sales Up 40%," "Heart Attack Fatal to Bendix," "Ford Quota set at 45,000 New Cars for Output in '45," "Ford II Sees Home Market as Industry's Best Bet," "Strap-On Helicopter May Prove Sensation," "Food Shortage Prompts Boost in Truck Output." Ads for Buick M-18 Hellcat, Hudson, Nash, Olds.


Book Id: 98-9203

Price: $55.00

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