1938-01-01

Motor-Car Engines in England 380144

VARIATION in engineering practice between European and American motor cars is to be expected. Many of these differences are brought about by local conditions and must be accepted. However, there are practices that vary from the American that do not justify themselves by result or local conditions. The two outstanding are bore wear and carburetion.
This paper deals only with the high spots of these two differences.

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