My Auditors have recently found themselves the proud owners of a car. Nothing special about it, really. There is a lingering odor of cigar about it… They've spent some time in a part of the hive known as The Deco (much of the architecture and art is Deco inspired) and there is an odd transportation crossover of horse-drawn carriages (landau, cabriolet, and coach; used predominantly by the wealthy elite) and "vintage" vehicles and multi-level cable cars. The Auditors now own a 834, M41 Charybdis Sotto Voce (1934 Chrysler DeSoto; image here: http://files.concept...DV-10-GG_01.jpg ).
I have congratualted them on their purchase, but reminded them that with ownership comes responsibility, and they are responsible for their own fuel and maintenance expenses.
At the very least, I don't have to concern myself with their local transportation arrangements.
Inquisitor Mentressa Calliope, Ordo Hereticus
GM's Note: It used to be painted as a Chequered Taxi. They have since repainted it in neutral brown and black two-tone, covered the rear seat with a plastek tarpaulin (as a means to protect the upholstery from staining…), the boot has had an "emergency exit" lever installed inside of it, and the license plate's light cover disguises a small periscope. Otherwise, it's just a car. Drive (Ground Vehicle) and Navigation (Surface) allow them to get from Point A to Point B without too much trouble. No Jason Bourne car chase scenes…yet.