Roy Whitford: Xerons Hovercar The personal transport of the master designer Xeron, a Rikhu scientist of an easy-going nature.
Roy Whitford: Ladybug A small, sporty hovercar that seats one.
Jorge Fernandez: Hover Taxi All megacities in the future are crowded with these taxies, normally retired law
enforcement vehicles that have been stripped from their "special" equipment and
are sold at a fraction of their price.
Mario Gelinas: Aquarius Bus Equipped with 8 underwater propellors, 1 anti-gravity engine and 2 FTL (Faster Than Light) drives, this baby can go nearly everywhere where tourists want to go! Don't worry about the small blades at the front, as they are decorative and can only cut underwater vegetation at most. The last guy who tried to ram another spaceship with the bus managed to kill himself, destroy the bus and put a large bump in the other car's frame.
Todd Amacher: Barracuda High Performance Sports Hovercar
Daniel Hamann: Red Hovercar Influenced by Bram Lambrecht's P-38 design.
Mario Gelinas: SPC-Stenopterygius Speeder The Stenopterygius Speeder is built for high speeds mainly, this ship is used as a racing vehicle and an exploration vessel. Cargo space is small but the engines controls are accessible from there, allowing quick repairs during a race. Being a high-tech vehicle, it's price is undoubtedly
Troy Routley: Municipal Shuttle Municipal shuttle, used for mass transit or light cargo duty.
Troy Routley: Utility Craft and Caboose Utility craft for handling intermodal containers that doubles as a caboose for long container trains
Mario Gelinas: Trash Convertor Trash disposal is a big problem for all civilisations. Here is
finally the solution: the Trash Converter. Using the old
Einsten formula (E=MC^2) to its full extent, everything thrown
in the convertor is transmuted into energy. It can even convert
fleebnorks. The trouble still is to put them into it.
Tom Buckland: zap-em Hover Van Patrolling the city in His Hover-Van, veteran pest controller Rex Spanner is constantly on the look out for dangerous pests.
With a 'pest be gone 9000' sprayer gun in one hand and a jar of mayo in the other hand Rex is always ready whether it be rampaging Fleebnorks, mutant Mosquito's or terrifying Space Hippies.
Tony Hafner: Kuai Feng Jade Empire Racer When the Jade Empire announced that it would enter the intergalactic racing circuit, many people were slow to believe it. But the Kuai Feng has proven itself as a solid ship, and Bei Zhen has proven herself as a dedicated professional. There is still much speculation as to why the Empire would enter this popular sport while making war on all of its neighbors, but they have offered no explanation.
Matthew Sklar: Light Cargo Dropship The LCD is designed for interstellar shipments and deliveries. With it's compact desing, retractable glass door, and fusion engine, it out hauls any other cargo ship it's size! These ships are used mainly on Corusant and the other Core Worlds for small shipments
Mario Gelinas: SPC-Phoenix Fire, an old ennemy. Even with today's technology, fire can still go rampant. For such occasions, the Phoenix was designed to handle all situations. From the small appartment going ablaze to the forest fire and even oleoducs terrorism. For the small fires, the 8 Fireships are perfect. For more important ones, the Phoenix itself can join the fight with as much as 30 Hydrant hoses. The only design fault is the small size of the hydrant tank, meaning it has to refill often if there is no nearby hydrant outlet. In case people are still on site, two underside hactches with rescue pods are available. More than 20 people can be rescued before the Phoenix is full and must unload some of them.
Mario Gelinas: SPC-Salamander Built to correct the Phoenix's small tanks problem. The Salamander has 6 hydrant tanks, connected to 4 hoses. It allows to refill a Phoenix 6 times, and can deserve 2 Phoenix at a time. The Salamander can also leave the hydrant tank on site while fetching a another one while it is being used. This allows a faster supply of hydrant to the Phoenix ships.