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"1910-1920 SHALER VULCANIZER - To people who remember the 'Good Old days of Motoring' the most outstanding memory is of a great abundance of tire trouble. This typical vulcanizer of that period used gasoline a sfuel to make sterm, which, in turn, heated the vulcanizing surfaces to the proper temperature. Here we see in process a ripped inner tube and a blown-out tire, all ready to have heat applied for vulcanizing. The gasoline was fed to the burner by gravity from the small tank on top."
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