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22 Edition (published 1952) has lots of information on cars in the late twenties and early thirties.  And older as well.  I have always found that Dykes publications are excellent sources of information but seem to be  at least a decade late in getting it into their books.

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9 minutes ago, Tinindian said:

22 Edition (published 1952) has lots of information on cars in the late twenties and early thirties.  And older as well.  I have always found that Dykes publications are excellent sources of information but seem to be  at least a decade late in getting it into their books.

 

Thank you. I knew it had to be a few years later but didn't know exactly how far out.

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