What was the first car that took gasoline?



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    By most accounts, an 1864 vehicle invented by an Austrian, though there are some conflicting views (see link). Gasoline became the primary product of oil refining, replacing kerosene, about 1913, following the development and mass-production of cars in the US by Henry Ford. Gasoline was formerly discarded by refineries as it had no commercial use.

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