|Chrysler Aircraft Engines |
McCutcheon. From the early 1930s until just after World War II, engineers worked to create a new generation of aircraft piston engines that would give bombers intercontinental range and propel fighters to speeds of over 500 miles per hour. This book tells the fascinating story of those young automotive engineers and the Chrysler XI-2220 engine they designed and built during WWII. 186 pages, 134 B&W and color photographs and illustrations, 8¼"x 10¾", softcover.
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