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Carl G. Fisher’s Acetylene Headlight
Carbide lamp

Origin

Carl G. Fisher

Type

Acetylene Headlight

Effects

Creates impressive skill in anything relating to cars or real estate

Downsides

Causes great fluctuations in the user’s financial earnings

Activation

Attaching to a car

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

61085-2716

Shelf

34768-6872-458

Date of Collection

April 3, 2012

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OriginEdit

Carl Fisher was an American entrepreneur who promoted automobiles. He became rich by manufacturing headlights and operated the first car dealership in Indianapolis. Next, he successfully promoted the newly made Indianapolis Motor Speedway and racing culture. His interests in driving also included the creation of some of the first paved highways, which Dwight D. Eisenhower took note of and nationalized during his presidency. After his time working in the automobile industry, he moved to Florida real estate and became one of the richest men during the land boom. He later lost his fortune when the market burst and the Depression hit. Fisher retired to doing smaller jobs as a “poor man’s interest”.

EffectsEdit

Gives a person infinite skill and knowledge pertaining to cars and real estate. They will be able to know the smallest details and complete any challenge easily. Their savings and work pay will wildly fluctuate during use, switching between modest, wealthy and destitute within short periods of time.

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