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TV car of the future shows up in real life

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If this futuristic sports car looks as if it came straight out of a science fiction TV show, it did. It was built for British actor Jon Pertwee who plays Dr. Who, a time-traveling scientist in a popular BBC TV adventure series. Pertwee uses the car both on screen and off, driving it jauntily around the streets of London. Fully operational, the far-out finned vehicle is powered by an Imp engine can do 100 mph and has a built-in TV set—so Pertwee can watch himself on TV.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (February 1974). TV car of the future shows up in real life. Popular Mechanics .
  • MLA 7th ed.: "TV car of the future shows up in real life." Popular Mechanics [add city] February 1974. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "TV car of the future shows up in real life." Popular Mechanics, edition, sec., February 1974
  • Turabian: "TV car of the future shows up in real life." Popular Mechanics, February 1974, section, edition.
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