"DO NOT THROW CIGARETTES FROM CARS" A man flicks his cigarette butt out of his car window which starts a fire in some brush by the side of the road. Another man disposes of his cigarette properly by putting it out in his ashtray.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:33:00, No Audio
ATOMIC THICKNESS GUAGE USED TO MEASURE PROPER ASSEMBLY OF TIRES - 1950S The wheels of a white 1950s convertible are made stronger thanks to the use of atomic energy. Workers supervise the assembly of car tires in a rubber mill which pass under an atomic thickness gauge to tell if the proper amount of rubber has been added to the tire. Problems are signaled with flashing lights and corrected.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:50:00, No Audio
DETROIT FACTORY LABORATORY USES RADIOACTIVE ENGINE PARTS TO MEASURE WEAR & TEAR - 1950S A shiny white convertible pulls up to a 1950s gas station. Cut to a factory laboratory in Detroit where automotive researchers assemble special car engines with radioactive parts. The researchers run the engines and collect oil containing bits of radioactive metal from the engines which are then measured to determine the amount of engine wear in a particular design.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:51:00, No Audio
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