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    Biofuel Skycar headed for production in 2010
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    Parajet Skycar prototypes – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Earlier this year, the Parajet Skycar Expedition, featuring the "World's First Bio-fuelled Flying Car," flew from London, England to Timbuktu in Mali, Africa. If you lusted over something so incredibly cool – a car that ...

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    From London to Timbuktu... via Parajet SkyCar?
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    Click above to see video of the Parajet Skycar in action after the jump
    You know that saying, "From here to Timbuktu?" Apparently the people at Parajet do, and the 'here' in this case will be London. You see, the British flying car maker decided to use that phrase quite literally to show the ...

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    Moller developing flying Ferrari 599 GTB... seriously
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    Click above for more shots of the Moller Autovolanter concept
    The lure of the flying car is just too great for Moller International, a company best known for its SkyCar prototype and not actually producing a real flying vehicle for sale despite being around for some 25 years. Its latest tease is ...

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    eBay find of the day: Sky Commuter Prototype
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    Looking for something really exotic? Do your vehicular leanings include more than just cars? If so, have we got the auction for you. What you see here is the very last Sky Commuter Prototype in existence. While we would imagine that this vehicle will end up somewhere in a museum or in the clutches ...

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    Moller Skycar makes it on eBay
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    When we first reported on the Moller M400 Skycar auction a couple of weeks ago, we speculated that you would need a pilot's license in addition to the $4 million reserve price. Well, the flying car has finally reached the pages of eBay and we have more of the specifics for you. As many of us ...

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    BusinessWeek taking bets on the car of tomorrow
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    Predicting the path of the automotive industry in the long run is nigh impossible, as the technologies we will find ourselves beholden to in fifty years haven't even been invented yet, that is, of course, assuming a robot army hasn't staged a world coup before then. BusinessWeek is the latest to ...

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