High spot of the New York World’s Fair reopening this Spring — GM Futurama!

You can look over GM’s exciting “idea” cars — Firebird IV with television, stereo, game table, refrigerator; GM-X with jet aircraft cockpit and controls—fascinating design and engineering innovations right out of

You’ll take a ride that is wrapped in wonders . . . through the metropolis of the future, over Antarctic wastes, into tropical jungles, along the ocean floor.

You can count on the people of General Motors again to provide the most popular show at the Fair—the Futurama.

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  1. Randal L. Schwartz says: June 17, 20097:42 pm

    Next up… the GM “Past-o-rama”… 🙂

  2. Slim says: June 17, 20099:27 pm

    I wonder if the dash between tomorrow and land was to keep from getting sued by Disney.

  3. nlpnt says: June 18, 200912:04 am

    GM? Futurama? So that’s who built the Planet Express ship 🙂

  4. Repack Rider says: June 18, 200912:25 am

    How fast was that building traveling when it hit the tree?

  5. Furly says: June 18, 20096:34 am

    How beautiful it was, tomorrow.
    There’ll never be a day of sorrow.

  6. Yellowman says: June 18, 20096:46 am

    There is a book and a movie online about Futurama:


  7. Firebrand38 says: June 18, 200910:59 am

    Yellowman, wrong World’s Fair though…

  8. Paul says: June 18, 200911:04 am

    This would be the General Motors that filed for bankruptcy recently.

  9. Don says: June 18, 200911:45 am

    No, silly Government Motors, SOYLENT GREEN is people!

  10. vse says: June 18, 20092:19 pm

    You beat me by a few minutes…

  11. StanFlouride says: June 19, 200912:36 pm

    @Dan & VSE-
    yup, me too!

  12. gillian says: June 20, 20099:26 pm

    Soylent Green is People!?! oh well…

    I was there. I went on the ride. GE was the most amazing – the vision of the future with everything run by the nuclear power plant.

  13. Lon says: September 22, 20091:48 pm

    And thank you very much for your selfish support of imported autos and other products that have helped bring about the demise of America’s industrial base. I don’t want to hear your tired “blame the corporations” excuses. Blame yourself, the consumer with no national loyalty. And just wait until your business outsources. The fault, dear Horatio, is in our greed.

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