My '98 Saturn SC2 geek car..."In one of his later novels, The Number of the Beast, Heinlein introduced the character of Gay Deceiver, an intelligent space car which embodied his ability to transport readers to strange and exotic places. Gay Deceiver could travel not only through time and space, but between different fictional settings as well, depositing her passengers in L. Frank Baum's Oz, Edgar Rice Burroughs' Barsoom, and—in a supremely self-referential leap—Heinlein's own 'Future History'." See also: http://www.reasonablyclever.com/lego/gaydeceiver/index.htm
Currently, she sports an XM satellite reciever, Clarion DB-365 aftermarket sound system, Kenwood TM-D710 UHF/VHF amateur radio with APRS/GPS capabilty (replacing an earlier Yaesu FT-90) and Motorola T-605 Bluetooth interface for connecting with Chip, my Google Nexus S smartphone.
Jun 24, 2011