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Vintage Air Sets Up This 1967 Satellite For Summer Sundays

A look at the history of aftermarket air conditioning systems shows that both technology and the engineering behind it have come a long way. Some of our elder statesmen might recall that one of the first to the market was the window-mounted “car cooler.” First appearing sometime in the 1930s, it was a torpedo-shaped apparatus that hung on the outside of a window. Also affectionately known as a “swamp cooler,” its use of evaporative cooling would lower the temperature of air being blown inside the vehicle. While it did lower the temperature of the air in a dry environment, it was not so effective in areas of high humidity.
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