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MAN BUILDS COMBINATION CAR, BOAT AND PLANE

“I enjoy travelling,” explained “Spike” Willard, as he demonstrated the merits of his new vehicle for the media earlier today. “I found that it was inconvenient for me to have to switch from one vehicle to the other during my trips, therefore I decided to create a vehicle that would serve me in all capacities.”
When asked what he had decided to call his new vehicle, Mr. Willard was hesitant. “I am torn between carbone, bocapla and plarat,” he explained. “I also plan to build in some of the qualities of a hover craft at some point, in order to avoid having to pay parking expenses.”

 

     Mr Willard's strange car - with it's multi-spike wings extended. One concern is the poor visibility due to the forward wings obscuring the windscreen.


Mr. Willard demonstrated how the wings of the vehicle could be made to retract and fold themselves against the sides in such a way that they would not interfere with other vehicles when travelling along the highway. He also pointed out the plantoons, which could be lowered in order to allow the vehicle to float on water and the way in which the wheels could be folded against the bottom of the vehicle when not in use.
“I also plan to build some sort of a play room to be attached to the top of the vehicle,” he continued. “In order to provide a special place when I have children along on the trip in order to avoid what we might term the “are we there yet syndrome”.


When asked about plans for upcoming trips, Mr. Willard shared that he was planning to make a trip around the world in the not too distant future. “I want to experience all of the Disney parks or whatever the proper name for them might be,” he shared.


“Will you and your family be able to live right on the vehicle or will you have to stop at hotels and restaurants and such?” asked one media representative.


Mr. Willard was speechless for a moment, as he appeared to be deep in thought. His eyes became glazed, then began to take on what can only be termed a fanatical gleam. “Eureka!” he screamed. “That’s it! I have found it! A tracaboane, that’s what I’ll build. A combination trailer, car, boat and plane. A tracaboane!!” He turned from the media and began to rip his newly finished vehicle apart. “Tracaboane, tracaboane,” he muttered to himself as he threw the pieces of the rapidly being dissembled vehicle into separate piles.
The members of the media, moved quickly away to avoid being hit by flying pieces. “The man’s a genius,” said one, as they watched Mr. Willard at work from what they considered to be a safe and respectful distance. “That should be some vehicle when he gets it finished. It will be all travelling vehicles in one.”
“Not quite,” replied another as they watched Mr. Willard begin to rebuild his vehicle with other parts included. “He hasn’t thought about submarines and spaceships.”


They watched as suddenly Mr. Willard stopped working and began once again to take apart his vehicle. “Spasutracaboane,” they heard him shout. “Spasutracaboane.”
The latest report was that Mr. Willard and his family are now planning a trip around the universe. Mr. Willard has assured members of the media that he will soon have his vehicle ready for a new media demonstration.
 

 

Story by our news reporter Gail McLeod - Working for Independence

 

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