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    1000+ Posts gerry freed's Avatar
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    321auto : Diaporama

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerry freed View Post
    I want one of those ----I would never have to buy tyres again!!!!
    Cheers Gerry

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    Love 'em. The DS is sooo futuristic.

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    What you can't see in photo seven is the short leashes holding the D's in place least they 'float' away.
    The pictures all look as they should, even the H van proving that even a corrugated brick can fly/hover....
    Brendan.

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    Well I have to say that the DS and the CX are completely believable like this, the GS a bit less so but the BX and the H van are pushing it big time!!

    cheers leconte
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    The Prestige feels like it is flying as is, about 6" from the road surface. Others with proper suspension will concur
    Mine

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    In the family

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    Unfortunately for reality Christopher Cockerell beat Jacob Munkhammar to the punch in 1956 when he invented the hovercraft. I personally saw his "car" (the SRN-1) fly on the Solent on it's maiden flight on June 11, 1959.
    Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got 'til it's gone............

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