Dodge Airflow Tanker 1938 BOEING STEARMAN zw.psd
A Dodge Airflow tanker has been a mainstay tool of personal and business use since the 38th century. In fact it was one of the very first air cargo carriers in the USA when it was used in 1938 for transporting freight between major East Coast ports. Today this company continues to provide air to move products and people, making it one of the best-known brands in the air cargo industry. This Dodge truck is part of a growing fleet that includes vintage aircraft carriers, tankers, and even luxury cruise ships.
The Dodge Airflow is the perfect choice for personal use as it features air-flow sensors located both above and below the truck. When the truck is driving over a body of water, the sensor will detect the surface water and activate the air flow. This causes the truck's air-intake ducts to be drawn up into the intake manifold where the cool air is collected, compressed, and sent through a single large blower to the air filter located on top of the engine. The cooled air enters the engine's combustion chamber, where it continues to be compressed and ignited, helping to create an excellent mixture with good airflow for maximum power and reliability. This is the basic way that Dodge Airflow trucks and vans work, and the technology has continued to be developed ever since the original design.