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Auto Industry

The Complete Book of Classic Ford and Mercury Muscle Cars

The Complete Book of Classic Ford and Mercury Muscle Cars covers all of Ford Motor Company's high-performance muscle cars from the early 1960s to 1973. It's the bible of muscle every disciple of Ford performance needs.

Auto Mechanics

The history of automobiles is not just the story of invention, manufacturing, and marketing; it is also a story of repair. Auto Mechanics opens the repair shop to historical study—for the first time—by tracing the emergence of a dirty, difficult, and important profession. Kevin L. Borg's study spans a century of automotive technology—from the horseless carriage of the late nineteenth century to the "check engine" light of the late twentieth.

Internet of Things in Automotive Industries and Road Safety

This book provides a platform to readers through which they can access the applications of the'Internet of Things'in the automotive field. Internet of Things in Automotive Industries and Road Safety provides the basic knowledge of the modules--including interfacing--along with the programming.

The Evolution of Automotive Technology

This book covers one and a quarter century of the automobile, conceived as a cultural history of its technology, aimed at engineering students and all those who wish to have a concise introduction into the basics of automotive technology and its long-term development.

Automotive Vehicle Assembly Processes and Operations Management

Proven technologies and processes are explored in this examination of modern automotive manufacturing. Fundamentals and applications, as well as new advances are discussed as the author bridges the gap between academic research and industrial practice.

Arsenal of Democracy : The American Automobile Industry in World War II

 In Arsenal of Democracy: The American Automobile Industry in World War II, award-winning historian Charles K. Hyde details the industry's transition to a wartime production powerhouse and some of its notable achievements along the way. Hyde examines several innovative cooperative relationships that developed between the executive branch of the federal government, U.S. military services, automobile industry leaders, auto industry suppliers, and the United Automobile Workers (UAW) union, which set up the industry to achieve production miracles. He goes on to examine the struggles and achievements of individual automakers during the war years in producing items like aircraft engines, aircraft components, and complete aircraft; tanks and other armored vehicles; jeeps, trucks, and amphibians; guns, shells, and bullets of all types; and a wide range of other weapons and war goods ranging from search lights to submarine nets and gyroscopes.