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The market for motor vehicles and allied products in the 1960's
Bib ID 833893
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Australian Women's Weekly, 1963 
148 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm. 
Series

Growing Australian market industry study ; no. 6.

Notes

"Produced by the Research Division of the Australian Women's Weekly in collaboration with Messrs. F. Vohralik, B. Comm., and W. Sloot, B.A."--Foreword.

Cover title.

Subjects Automobiles -- Australia -- Purchasing -- Statistics.
Other authors/contributors Vohralik, B F  |  Sloot, W  |  Australian Women's Weekly. Research Division

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