1961... Supercar!
  • James Vaughan 5y

    ... that pitot tube, radar probe assembly up front is not exactly pedestrian friendly!
  • Michael Paul Smith 5y

    I bought the diecast model of Super Car. Don't think less of me, but it's one of my prized posessions.
  • Shannon Sproule 5y

    That thing is ace.
  • retro-dad 5y

    it's like 'speed racer' meets 'the jetsons'!
  • jazzybruin 5y

    Bought one at San Diego Comic Con a few years ago...
  • Adam Wintle 5y

    Do you know where I might be able to find more illustrations like this one?
  • the real night train 4y

    I bought a VHS tape of the show some years ago; a happy childhood memory. Right at the end of the opening credits before the sonic boom of Supercar, I'd crank up the volume...then get a spanking, lol.
  • James Vaughan 4y

    ... for some reason, I can never get my 'grown-up' friends to sing the theme song with me!
  • the real night train 4y

    James Vaughan I have the same problem, lol.

    ♪ It travels the land! It roams the skies, through the heavens' stormy rage!...♪
  • spike300 4y

    It is Mercury manned and everyone says it is the marvel of the age.

    no we are not sad but sometimes it is good never to grow up.
  • the real night train 4y

    spike300 True that, spike. I have enough grown-up things to contend with. This piece of innocent fun from when things were a lot simpler for me is a small gem.
  • PappaDom 4y

    Who said that nothing good ever came out of Slough!?
  • Ed Dempsey 11mo

    I spent about six years investing traffic accidents with conventional vehicles. Believe me, the idiots of the world do not need flying cars. The carnage would be unimaginable!
  • Ed Dempsey 11mo

    TYPO above: Should read "investigating"
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Taken on December 31, 2009
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