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Look Ma – No Hands and No Driver

We do not know when in fact the first radio-controlled car was operated, but this 1936 Ford could very well be one of the earliest known examples. This specially equipped car is seen at an promotional demonstration of some type, which was likely to have been conducted somewhere in the Northeast judging by the New…

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A Ford V-8 Taxi Cab In South America

This photo originates from the South American City of Aparecida-Sao Paulo, Brazil. It shows us a hard-working 1936 Ford V-8 splattered with mud, being used for taxi service in the city. Note the interesting signage for the barber shop, the hotel and also take note of what appear to be stones or large paving bricks…

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