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    • Annabel Roux

      Visions de villes / Cities visions :: The World of the Future, Future Cities - Sea City 2000 - 1979

    • Robo Lobster

      Sea City 2000, the floating city of tomorrow. From the 1979 Usborne book "The World of the Future - Future Cities"

    • Duncan MacLeod

      each module is a car. each model represents a page in the future book. GET THE ORIGINAL BOOK FROM HOME MAYBE MOM KEPT IT.

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