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  • Every second of this footage is pure gold, from the cornball jokes, the lingering shots of the "tickertape parade" the suburban Connecticut neighbors throw as the family gets into their gigantic land-yacht to drive to the airstrip, the runway footage from Idlewild, and the trips around Pasadena, Knott's Berry Farm and Universal Studios in 1956.

    Boing Boing

  • He was proud to be an American and he would demonstrate that pride every time he backed his Detroit-made land-yacht out of the driveway.

    Joel Shukovsky: Get Your Head Out of Your Detroit

  • It had been a really fun day, but we still faced a long drive home, so shortly after the trophy presentations we climbed back into our land-yacht for the drive home.

    Mr. Completely

  • Fuel economy (MPG) on a modern land-yacht SUV is indeed atrocious.

    doggdot.us

  • In fact, it seems like Ecotricity may be courting the extreme sports crowds these days, what with land-yacht speed record attempts in the desert, and CEO Dale Vince developing his pet electric sports car project.

    TreeHugger

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