Spanish police attempt to flag down a white Chevrolet but it crashes and is revealed to have been 'driven' by a dummy and worked by remote control. Jason notes that the dummy is wearing an identical tie-pin to a man in England whose speciality is remote-controlled cars. Back in Spain,despite lack of cooperation from the local authorities, the team foil an attempt to drive a remote-controlled vehicle into a N.A.T.O. convoy
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When restoring the series for DVD release, Network discovered several cut sequences from this edition, all relating to the Auto Cam garage - presumably a real-life company of the same name had objected to its use following first broadcast. They were able to successfully track down a complete copy of the episode from Germany, and reinstate the excised material. See more
At first the tow truck can still be seen in the background when Stewart and Jason discover the burning car, but when they approach the burning wreck, the truck in the background has suddenly disappeared. See more
[telling Annabelle what to feed into the computer
We're looking for an outfit working on remote control systems, probably under contract, with connections in Spain.
You wouldn't like their horoscopes as well, would you?
Well, if you insist.