Popular Science Monthly Magazine, March 1958 (Vol. 172, No. 3) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding

By: Allaway, Howard (Editor)

Price: $20.50

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Book Condition: Very Good

011766: Mar. 1958. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Driving GM's German-Built Opel * Detroit Tackles Car Mufflers * Double the Life of Your Battery * Which Dishwasher for Your Family? * What's New * Problems of Ballistic-Missile War * What's Coming in Rockets * We're Learning About Tornadoes * Fresh Water from the Sea * Porcelain Panel to Heat Your House * New Engine Works by Wiggling * Huge Centrifuge Whirls ICBM Parts * First Nuclear Cruiser Is Begun * Ancient Chariot Team Dug Up * Portable TV Readied for 1960 * Can We Learn from Russia's Schools? * The Blasting of Ripple Rock * The World's Most Pampered Vehicles * Why Jet Transports Differ * Can Correspondence Schools Help You? * Buying a Development House * The TV Serviceman Who Saw Red * Gus Does It by the Numbers * Electric Handsaw: Exciting Hand Tool * Uses for Matchbook Covers * PS Shop Notebook * PS Fix-It File: Window Shades * Before You Paint Your House * How to Banish Hi-Fi Noise and Hum * Hints from the Model Garage * Short Cuts and Tips.: B&W Photographs: 6.75 x 9.5 in.: 268 pages

Title: Popular Science Monthly Magazine, March 1958 (Vol. 172, No. 3) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding

Author Name: Allaway, Howard (Editor)

Illustrator: Illustrated by Howard C. Jensen (Art Director)

Categories: Model Railroading, General, Magazines & Newspapers,

Edition: First Edition: First Printing

Publisher: New York, New York, Popular Science Publishing: 1958

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Very Good

Store ID: 011766

Keywords: Mechanics Autos Homebuilding