Here is our best advice on how to score a "car of the future." Head to eBay and bid on this "Fastlane" car manufactured for a Universal Pictures project by famous film/GM concept car maker Trans FX. Buy it now for $US14,999.99—an absolute steal to drive a car that no one will possibly own for at least 50 years. Oh, but there's just this one catch (along with some more pics):It's not actually a car. OK OK, we know, We're horrible. But it could be! Technically just a shell on casters, this strong composite body complete with laser-cut windows is ready to run after some fabrication onto a stretched Fiero chassis.
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