|LC Classifications||TL215.D3 N5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||48019617|
Daimler, A Record of Fifty Years of the Daimler Company. St. John C. Nixon. G.T. Foulis, - Automobiles - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Other editions - View all. Daimler, A Record of Fifty Years of the Daimler. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nixon, St. John C. Daimler, London, G.T. Foulis  (OCoLC) Document Type. While "Daimler Century" focuses more on personalities and internal politics, this book focuses more on the technical details of the cars and the evolution of the designs. Both books mention a third, an earlier work by "the late St. John C. Nixon" titled "Daimler "/5(4). John James Henry Sturmey (–), known as Henry Sturmey, is best remembered as the inventor with James Archer of the Sturmey-Archer three-speed hub for bicycles, but he was a technical editor and journalist heavily involved as a pioneer of the cycling and automotive industries. Born at Norton-sub-Hamdon, Somerset,  he died aged 72 at his home in Coventry on 8 January
Their new Daimler 22 horsepower full-size luxury car was first displayed by Daimler in April at The Automobile Club’s Exhibition in London's Agricultural r had elected to drop their multiple old low powered designs and restrict themselves to this 22 horsepower and a pair of 9 or 12 horsepower cars to the same design as the 22 but more lightly er: Percy Martin works manager, . Daimler Days Volume 1: - A Celebration of Years of Daimler Motor Cars by Brian E. Smith Publisher: The Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust First published: ISBN: Hardcover with dust jacket in slipcase pages N.B.: see also footnotes N° 1 & 2. About the Book: Wonderfully illustrated history of the British motor industry from through , in observance of Britains Automotive Golden Jubilee. Covers cars, commercial vehicles and thoughts on the future. Has plates with historic black & white photos: Daimler, Austin, Morris, Singer, MG, and Rating: % positive. Source of information: Daimler , St John C Nixon, Foulis & Co, London. Daimler-built bodies were usual but chassis were supplied for bespoke coachwork. There were other wheelbases in the standard catalogue.
Condensed from “Daimler – ” (St John C Nixon) Charles Y. Wright was a young American agriculturist, who in , became interested in Motor Cars. He considered the chief weakness of the petrol engine to be the noise it made. Dutch Treat. Dutch Treat Club, Yearbook Collection Years , , , $ This book was published by the Daimler Benz Company on the occasion of 75 years of automotive engineering and is illustrated throughout with photographs of vehicles and engines pioneered by this company. Ref X6 Size: 34pp. Daimler Nixon C. Published by FOULIS () Used. Hardcover. First Edition. Although it may be conceded that a handful of British pioneering designers and inventors were actively engaged in the construction of road vehicles propelled by steam or petroleum before , these were, more or less, in the private experimental stage. Those responsible therefore, whilst no doubt h.