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In the 24th and a Halfth Century!

Posted July 04, 2013 8:00 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: Concept future prototype

Speaking of imaginations gone wild as applied to cabover creations, as we were last week, we're really digging the NFZ-series 3D renderings that deviantArt member 600V has been posting, in particular this, uh, thing, which looks like some Dr. Moreau-style effort to genetically blend the Futurliner, the Sir Vival Safety Car, and an early 1950s De Soto, on commission for a Soviet version of Duck Dodgers. He calls it the NFZ W43. We dig it.

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