|aka: "Car of the future"|
|Body Style: ?|
|Similar: Ford Futura|
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The Ford Nucleon was a car that was going to have a nuclear engine and was going to be "The car of the future".
Due to(rather obvious)scientific restrictions this vehicle never got past concept.
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It had a nuclear engine.
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