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1937 Popular Mechanics April -How Howard Hughes broke the speed record; Travel Trailers

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Popular Mechanics

April 1937

Great for a birthday gift and easy to read.

Some of the articles inside are: Radio rescues and the floods; Concealed lighting in color; How Howard Hughes broke the speed record - 3 pages; Restaurant trailer looks like a giant ear of corn; Strange undersea life; Latest travel trailers and living - 3 pages; Flying freight to the Arctic; There's money in herbs; Kings of speed groom their racers; Steel fortress for the riot squad; New uses for wood; Woman fisher; Bank provides curb service; Wildcats captured alive; Planes carry soldiers in wings; Photos of bug's heartbeat; Stunts of the aerial acrobats; Plaza flooded for skaters in NYC; Rubber monsters inflated for gay parade; How good a driver are you; English TV Receiver for home construction; ;  Planes, ships, guns and lots of small articles and photos. It's packed. . Lots of ads and a number of other articles and photos..

Most Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Mechanix Illustrated, Scientific American, Science and Invention, Science, Science Newsletter are in stock. Inquire about other issues.

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