Publication d’une nouvelle notice : Automobile Tinkering
Automobile Tinkering Cultures in Twentieth-Century Europe
The article presents automobile tinkering cultures and their transformations in different socioeconomic contexts within Europe in the 20th century, focusing on the Greek example especially. Though vehicular tinkering initially resulted from necessity, it often became part of certain social groups’ identity. The article concludes that tinkering blurs the frontier between the production and the consumption of the automobile.