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Motion History

Volume 4

Published on in “History, Automotive”, language — English. 35 pages.
In this month's edition, we look at the history of the mighty Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 electrics, the prime movers of the Northeast Corridor between New York and Washington. We also take a glimpse at the Maybach 57 and 62, two luxury cars that tried so hard to appeal to everyone they appealed to no one. And finally, we go over the British Aerospace ATP, the UK's last mass-produced turboprop that ended the very legacy the nation had started. More
A monthly release of magazines following the history of some of the most iconic, famous, and controversial vehicles of land and air to have ever existed. More
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