This edition of "Popular Mechanics Magazine" was published in May 1944 and features a brilliantly colored illustration of an oil platform on the front cover. The platform is being used as a battle front depicting the war-time of the publication. The cover's title reads, "Ho Much Oil Is Left?" and has an advertisement for War Bonds. This war-time edition features articles entitled, "Trucking to Victory", "Pilots Versus the Weather" and "Our Bull's-Eye Bombardiers" to name just a few. Of course there are the how-to projects all illustrated profusely with photographs and drawings.
This wonderful vintage magazine is in very good condition. There is slight yellowing of the paper. The binding is tight and the pages are clean.
Item ID: BK1118
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