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New Fuel Saving Devices
FARM SHOW readers may be interested in some new fuel saving devices I recently be-came aware of.
Last summer I attended a workshop in Colorado Springs, Colo., at which several inventors demonstrated new fuel savers.
Paul Pantone of Price, Utah, demonstrated his "Fuel Processor", which he claims doubles and triples mileage. It can use a variety of fuels, including a mix of 20 percent crude oil and 80 percent water, paint thinner, plant oils, and gasoline.
Sonne Ward of Hamer, Idaho, demonstrated his fuel injection system which reportedly doubles mileage and is used on electronic port fuel injected engines.
George Wiseman of Eureka, Mont., demonstrated Brown's Gas, a supplemental fuel. The workshop was conducted by the Inter-national Tesla Society, P.O. Box 5636, Colorado Springs, Colo. 80931; ph 800 397-0137 or 719 475-0918. (Joe Kaminski, 649 21 St., Black Eagle, Mont. 59414).

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