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Catalog Number 10582-9-(2)
Title M-3 Vehicle Dectector Harness
Object Name Wire, Electric
Description Two sets of wires are pluged into a plastic box; held there with a metal clip. One set of wires are wrapped in yellow cloth and the plastic. The second set of wires contains one black cloth cover, and one yellow. Both are covered in plastic, with bone wires at the end.
COLORS: white w/touches of red near hinge
color: cloth, plastics, metal
Culture American
Material cloth, plastic, metal
Made Rca
History This vehicle detector harness was used in the automatic driving test project developed by Leland Hancock and the Nebraska Department of Roads in the 1950s. The proposed project involved installing an autopilot feature in cars and highways that could take over a car in an emergency.
Credit line Leland M. Hancock, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska
Collection Hancock, Leland M.
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