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To celebrate their 100th anniversary in the air cargo business, Lufthansa's pulled together a gallery of fascinating cars they’ve made airborne over the years. Lamborghini Diablo? Check. Bugatti EB110? Check. Ferrari F1 cars for Niki Lauda and Michael Schumacher? Check and check—and check out the full gallery.

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Ferrari 275 250 GT Tour de France berlinetta

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Bugatti Royale

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BMW 507

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A swarm of Beetles (hit EXPAND!)

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Lamborghini Diablo

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Bugatti EB110 (hit EXPAND!)

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Mercedes–Benz C111

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Volkswagen Transporter

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Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa

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1975 Ferrari 312T

You can see more photos on Lufthansa’s Facebook page.

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