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On Feb 11, 2006, at 2:28 PM, Bob Lucas wrote:
Several sources state that casinghead gasoline (liquid hydrocarbonsARA-III/ICC-103 tank cars, both insulated and non-insulated, were
widely used to ship gasoline. For example, in the forties the U. S.
Army purchased a large number of non-insulated ICC-103s from both AC&F
and GATC to transport aviation fuel. And the tank car fleets of many
petroleum companies consisted entirely, or almost entirely, of
non-insulated ARA-III/ICC-103 cars.