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1949 RACING CAR REVIEW
will be published on December 10th. This new edition contains all that is latest in motor racing—the cars seen last year and those to be seen during I949—presented in a similar form to the successful 1948 edition.
If you wish to be well informed you cannot afford to miss this issue, for apart from its great interest it is, as the Autocar said of last year’s edition, a valuable book of reference.
Each car reviewed is illustrated with two fullpage art pictures and the contents include such well known marques as Alfa Romeo, E.R.A., Ferrari, Maserati, Simca, etc. If you missed the last issue, make sure you do not miss this one. If you enjoyed the previous
Review, you will enjoy this one even more.
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