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This gallery is a journey through the future of transportation. All you'll need is your mouse.
After the two World Wars, an artistic trend know as retro-futurism depicted a simple, streamlined, and colorful future in which civilization was awash with high-speed air transport, computers, and space stations.
The "March of Progress" published in 1952 issue of Popular Mechanics, projects the ideas of the 1960s optimism and great expectations for future transportation in general.
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Enormous automobiles such as this vacation hovercraft were modeled after the cars popular at the time.
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