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21st May '16 4:02:11 PM Saber15
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* In ''Videogame/XRebirth'', the Consumer Compact Craft seen around space stations bear striking resemblance to cars and trucks, minus the wheels, and come in a wide variety of models from delivery to sleek and sporty. They fly around in lose three-dimensional "lanes" that thread the stations and the space between them as police compact craft move about scanning for contraband. CCC's have no capacity for weaponry and are roughly the size of modern traffic vehicles, whereas even the smallest proper SpaceFighter is significantly larger, comparable to a modern jet fighter.
16th May '16 12:46:50 PM Morgenthaler
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* ChuckBerry's "You Can't Catch Me" - "I got a brand new Airmobile/it's custom made, t'was a Flight De Ville"

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* ChuckBerry's Music/ChuckBerry's "You Can't Catch Me" - "I got a brand new Airmobile/it's custom made, t'was a Flight De Ville"
2nd May '16 1:58:25 AM JackG
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** In ''Literature/SpaceCadet'' the protagonist's family comes to pick him up in a helicopter, which doesn't seem too strange [[ZeeRust until you realise it's a personal helicopter that they fly themselves]], their version of a family car. Earlier the FarmBoy protagonist mentions getting his copter license at the age of 12.

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** In ''Literature/SpaceCadet'' the protagonist's family comes to pick him protagonist is picked up in by a helicopter, which doesn't seem too strange [[ZeeRust until you realise it's a personal helicopter that they his family fly themselves]], their version of a family car. Earlier the FarmBoy protagonist mentions getting his copter license at the age of 12.
22nd Apr '16 4:47:48 AM JackG
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** In ''Literature/SpaceCadet'' the protagonist's family comes to pick him up in a helicopter, which doesn't seem too strange [[ZeeRust until you realise it's a personal helicopter that they fly themselves]], their version of a family car.

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** In ''Literature/SpaceCadet'' the protagonist's family comes to pick him up in a helicopter, which doesn't seem too strange [[ZeeRust until you realise it's a personal helicopter that they fly themselves]], their version of a family car. Earlier the FarmBoy protagonist mentions getting his copter license at the age of 12.
20th Apr '16 11:11:29 PM JackG
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** In ''Literature/SpaceCadet'' the protagonist's family comes to pick him up in a helicopter, which doesn't seem too strange [[ZeeRust until you realise it's a personal helicopter that they fly themselves]], their version of a family car.
18th Apr '16 9:27:13 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Literature/CaptainFrenchOrTheQuestForParadise'', they are common on developed worlds. Very useful for traveling great distances. The primary non-aquatic mode of transportation on Solaris, as the deficit of land means that roads are a no-no. How they work is never explained, especially since it's clear that ArtificialGravity hasn't been discovered in this 'verse.
16th Mar '16 1:22:25 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''The Flying Car'', a short film taking place in the Askewniverse.

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* ''The Flying Car'', a short film taking place in Franchise/TheViewAskewniverse. Stuck in traffic, Randall and Dante discuss what they would hypothetically be willing to do to get the Askewniverse.flying car. Randall badgers Dante by upping the ante until the latter relents and says he would be willing to have his foot hacked off and be sodomized by a MadScientist in exchange for the flying car.
-->'''Randall:''' [[HypocriticalHumor You'd do it with a bunch of guys just to get a car?]]
24th Jan '16 6:20:22 PM nombretomado
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** In John Byrne's ''SupermanAndBatmanGenerations'', Clark Wayne as Knight-Wing operated a flying Batmobile.

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** In John Byrne's ''SupermanAndBatmanGenerations'', ''ComicBook/SupermanAndBatmanGenerations'', Clark Wayne as Knight-Wing operated a flying Batmobile.
15th Jan '16 8:57:06 AM Adept
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* Flying cars exist in ''SilentMoebius,'' but have yet to replace ground vehicles. The AMP uses 'spinner' patrol cars and Rally has a flying limousine.
* Wallace's Air Car in ''PokemonSpecial''. It can even be controlled remotely, a fact Ruby exploited twice during the final battles of the Ruby/Sapphire StoryArc.

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* Flying cars exist in ''SilentMoebius,'' ''Manga/SilentMobius,'' but have yet to replace ground vehicles. The AMP uses 'spinner' patrol cars and Rally has a flying limousine.
* Wallace's Air Car in ''PokemonSpecial''.''Manga/PokemonSpecial''. It can even be controlled remotely, a fact Ruby exploited twice during the final battles of the Ruby/Sapphire StoryArc.



* ''TrinityBlood'' has an aerodynamics-challenged version.

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* ''TrinityBlood'' ''Manga/TrinityBlood'' has an aerodynamics-challenged version.
19th Dec '15 5:31:14 PM nombretomado
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* SheHulk once had a flying car (a gift from a benevolent alien) but later lost it.

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* SheHulk ComicBook/SheHulk once had a flying car (a gift from a benevolent alien) but later lost it.
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