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Lucius Copeland’s Boiler
Copeland steam bike

Origin

Lucius Copeland

Type

Boiler

Effects

Fills a vehicle’s moving parts with steam

Downsides

Ruins all internal mechanics

Activation

Contacting a vehicle

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

Roper-97D

Shelf

194326-7165-488

Date of Collection

April 28, 1904

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OriginEdit

Lucius Copeland was a pioneering 19th-century engineer who demonstrated one of the first motorcycles, the Copeland steam bicycle, a steam-powered Star high-wheeler at the first Maricopa County Fair in 1884. Copeland also invented the first successfully mass-produced three-wheeled car. About 200 of his "Phaeton steamers" were produced before he retired in 1891.

EffectsEdit

Inserts highly pressurized amounts of steam inside the moving parts of any vehicle, especially locomotion areas like wheels, rudders and propellers. This will increase the efficiency and speed of the vehicle but also cause the internal mechanics to become ruined, turning plastics and rubber into mush, wood pliable and circuitry fried.

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