This Is Not A New Concept

It was actually invented clear back in the 1930’s.

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4 Comments

  1. Ping from CederqX:

    My dad had a 1933 Packard like that but no self parking option. He had it in high-school, his dad gave it to him.

  2. Ping from Kid:
    Duesenberg had a straight 8, dual overhead cams, 4 valves per cylinder, in 1928.  265 HP and over 100 mph.  1928.

    That’s high tech today..

  3. Ping from WeeBrowser:
    There’s no feeling like getting the parallel parking done right the first time.

  4. Ping from Paul B:
    In 1928 you would need to have some skills to run that straight 8.  Today you would not.  Yes, things rhyme but do not repeat.

     

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