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Second flying car spotted Down Under

New hyperdrive-driven X-vehicle caught on Google Earth

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Australian sky-watchers have spotted a second flying car on Google Earth and - like the first example clocked back in January - this one is also menacing the good burghers of Perth:

That second Oz flying car in full

The story has just broken in theage.com.au, which pinpoints the hyperdrive-driven vehicle as taking off "near the shores of Coogee Beach, just off Cockburn Road, near the corner of Powell Road".

The evidence, it must be said, for a clandestine Oz flying car X programme based in a secret underground facility somewhere in Perth is now pretty conclusive:

Australian flying car project revealed

For the record, we have received inside information as to the exact specifications of the Point Walter transdimenional Holden seen above. Sadly, if we shared this information with you, we'd have to kill you - as the old saying goes.

Accordingly, we leave it to you to speculate as to the truth behind this latest sighting, which can be found on Google Earth (.kmz) or Google Maps. ®

Bootnote

Thanks to all those readers who hotfooted it to their PCs to send us an urgent flying car alert.

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