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There are four different Air Car models; the third design has been copied many times. The power source is the blower motor from a "cylinder" or "tank type" vacuum cleaner The "Typical Tank Type Vacuum" illustrated is an Electrolux XXX - one of the most popular vacuums between the 1930s and 1950s.
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