Modern Mechanix Round-UP

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Today on Modern Mechanix we look at this idea for an unmanned tank that operates by executing preprogrammed instructions off of a stack of records, a novel way of launching gliders by turning your car into a rapid winch, an amphibious monorail system, Canada’s first production car from 1899, an illustrated page of wanted inventions and researcher that seems to get off on waking people up using foghorns. We also have this 1943 piece about aerial combat called “The Feel of Death in the Air” and a pretty in-depth article about industrial model makers titled “Little Giants of Industry.

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