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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, August 20, 1944, Image 83

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BOMBERS fly faster and farther with bigger bomb loads be
cause of their 100-octane fuel. Sinclair Refineries make enough
of this super-gasoline to fuel 2000 medium bombers on daily
raids over Germany. Right now the Army and Navy take all
100-octane gasoline. But after the war Sinclair's big pro
duction will be available for commercial and private flying.
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^ )5^ (Official photo U. S. Air Forcos •
BIG GUN BOMBER. This is a B-25 Mitchell
and it packs a 75 mm. cannon in its nose.
fONE OF THE 100-OCTANE catalytic cracking stills at Sinclair _
Refineries. Because of Sinclair equipment like these modern stills 1
aviation grade gasoline will be available for your car later on §
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I BETTER PRODUCTS are coming out of
this war. Keep in touch with your Sinclair
Dealer for mileage, power and economy
far beyond what you had before the war.

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