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Category:NACC Handbook of Automobiles

The National Automobile Chamber of Commerce (N.A.C.C.) Handbook of Automobiles was an automobile yearbook showing and explaining new cars offered in the USA by N.A.C.C. members. It was the successor of a similar yearbook published by the Association of Licensed Automobile Manufacturers (A.L.A.M.) since 1903. Until 1915, only pleasure cars with internal combustion engines were listed. In 1916, sections for electrics and commercial vehicles were added. The handbook was licenced to McClure's Magazine who published its own version. Both faded away in the 1920s.