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They placed this on a steampunk community but I think it is more a real life item for Dieselpunk

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Fits in here someplace
Hélica propeller-driven car designed by Marcel Leyat, 1927

The first model was called Hélica, also known as 'The plane without wings'. The passengers sat behind each other as in an aircraft. The vehicle was steered using the rear wheels and the car was not powered by an engine turning the wheels, but by a giant propeller powered by an 8 bhp (6.0 kW) Scorpion engine. The entire body of the vehicle was made of plywood, and weighed just 250 kg (550 lb), which made it dangerously fast.

In 1927, A Hélica reached the speed of 106 mph (171 km/h) at the Montlhéry circuit. Leyat continued to experiment with his Helica, he tried using propellers with two and four blades. Between 1919 and 1925, Leyat managed to sell 30 vehicles.
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And underwater steam

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Cyberpunk 2077
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These include two action packed steampunk novels with great characters.

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Today's blog post: A scene from the icy milieu of my dieselpunk spy novel "The Ice War".

https://gondica.wordpress.com/2018/08/31/the-ice-war-an-alban-juggernaut-at-work
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