Convair Model 118 ConvAirCar, 1948.

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Re: Convair Model 118 ConvAirCar, 1948.

Post by Mark1 » October 29th 2020, 9:46pm

conjurer wrote:
October 29th 2020, 9:22pm
Unsafe at any altitude.
Good one. Interestingly, or maybe not, the airport I learned to fly at is named after Molt Taylor. Taylor invented the Aerocar in the late 40's. They built a few of them and each aerocar has it's history noted on Wikipedia (Aerocar). Several are on display in museums, one flew traffic reports in Portland for a while. Another flew Fidel Castros brother around Cuba. They sold one of them at Barret Jackson a couple years ago.

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