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Ever since the invention of the automobile there have been stories of people making dramatic improvements to fuel efficiency. Most of them are bogus (the dozens of Â“gasoline pillsÂ” a great example), but every so often one comes along thatÂ’s more believable. In the 1970s, a man named Tom Ogle developed a new type of carburetor that pressurized gasoline into a vapor and injected it into the firing chambers. After installing it in his Ford Galaxie, the car was measured to get 113 miles per gallon. But after some licensing setbacks, Ogle died in 1981 and took the design of his carburetor to the grave with him.
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