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  • Crusha needed a vehicle to travel around in so I created a 'skycar' for him.

    Daily Slurp Gallery

  • But if the skycar should fall out of adjustment, ground itself, and signal for a repair crew, the repair crew is essential; the child cannot fix it himself.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided

  • A fourteen-year-old child may safely be entrusted with a family skycar and be allowed to make thousand-mile jaunts overnight unaccompanied; it is much more probable that he will injure himself on the trip by overeating than by finding some way to mismanage or damage the vehicle.

    Destiny Narrowly Avoided

  • This is an interesting story from the BBC on a skycar that a company called Moller is working on (their website is quite interesting and worth a glance).

    The Rebirth of the Flying Car? » Fanboy.com

  • I think the top right picture is one of those skycar rides at a theme park - or that thing that got stuck mid-ride in NYC.

    Give Peas a Chance | Her Bad Mother

  • I think the top right picture is one of those skycar rides at a theme park- or that thing that got stuck mid-ride in NYC.

    Give Peas a Chance

  • Paul Moller has been working on this concept for nearly 40 years www.moller.com/skycar.

    The Speculist: Highway in the Sky

  • Slowing, the skycar gave us time to survey the city.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Or more like the pillars of some strange temple, I thought, with a skycar an altar at the center and the skywire ladder to the other world above.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • One gleaming arm waved us toward an oval door sliding open in the side of the skycar.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

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