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Was produced for the American market by The DeLorean Motor Company in Belfast, Northern Ireland from 1981 to 1983. This sleek angular car featured gull-wing doors and an unpainted brushed stainless steel body. It was immortalized as the DeLorean time machine in the Back to the Future movie franchise.
This was Packard’s flagship. It was the car positioned to take on the best from Cadillac and Lincoln throughout the depths of the Great Depression. It was named for its 12 cylinder engine, which was ideal to power Packard’s top model.
Is a pickup truck modified with a larger suspension and larger tires, usually for recreational use.
The hop-on, hop-off New York City tour bus has become an iconic image around the city. Similar tour buses have become popular in many large cities as a fun and efficient way to see the sites.
Is a family of electric trams built between 1923 and 1956. In total 752 trams were built. A small fleet continues to operate on the tramway network of Melbourne. The W-class tram has become a cultural icon and those that remain in Melbourne are classified by the National Trust of Australia.