Instructions for the Care & Operation of Hispano-Suiza Aeronautical Engines
Hispano-Suiza was a Spanish automotive and engineering company that made aircraft engines during World War I for the Frenchg and Engliah. After the war, Hispano-Suiza returned to the manufacture of luxury automobiles, but abandoned cars for aircraft with the outbreak of WWII. This book provides descriptions and sections on adjustments, timing, wiring, operation, lubrication, maintenance, recommendations, instructions for complete disassembly and reassembly, plus a parts catalog for Model “A” engines.
Number Of Pages: 44 pages
Edition Description : Antique
Publication Date: 1917
Publisher – Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation
7.25″ x 4.75″ x .3″
Book is in Good Condition. The cover very light wear along the edges corners. Pen markings on front page. One page has pencil underlining in the text. The fold-out leaf after page 12 has a tear. Other inside pages appear free from writing, markings, tears or creases. Please see pictures for more information.