Back to 1997, and forward to the technoir future.
I'm a big fan of Cyberpunk 2020.* Someday we should talk about Why Johnny Ace Can't Read. Right now, check out this 14-year-old webpage. Marvel at how it's still around. Enjoy the amazing level of detail that someone poured into this. Think about what a group of enterprising PCs could do if they had access to a fully-equipped Trauma Team AV-4 for just one evening...
They could get hired to extract Achmed Goldman (former intelligence agent for both Mossad and an unspecified Arab nation**). He could have accepted a 6-month contract to work inside a totally locked-down arcology, and that contract could have expired several months ago. The PCs could know a sketchy fixer offering them $10,000 each COD, plus whatever they walk out with, if they brought Goldman out alive. Could be that there's a catch -- the only way in is a false flag operation, disguised as a Trauma Team team, and it has to happen at 9 PM tomorrow.***
It could also be that the PCs barely know how to fly an AV-4, that Goldman has been moved to a different location, that someone else will flag the team down for emergency first aid, and that REO Meatwagon**** will bushwhack them in midair to try and steal their "patient."
Could even be that 2/3 of the PC party***** will develop a crush on a random NPC and generate a whole new set of adventures.
But I don't need to tell you all of this. You can look at this jewel of a page and figure something out for yourself.
*This game alone guarantees designer Mike Pondsmith a place in the RPG Hall Of Fame, to say nothing of the fact that he also created Castle Falkenstein and Mekton. Dude has chops.
**One player was the kind of guy who'd think this detail meant that either Goldman was a total badass or that he was a total con man. I watched him decide where he came down on that question and had Goldman match it. Turns out to be a pretty good trick for wrangling NPCs.
***The arbitrary deadline helped a lot. Players will plan everything to death, and then plan the funeral, unless there's a clock ticking.
****Best stupid organization name ever.
*****Including my wife.