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    The Aerocar was designed by Moulton Taylor in 1949 and only five were ever produced. In order to take flight the Aerocar must be converted into an aircraft with wings that fold forward.

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    • Felicia Maureen

      Greg Herrick, an aircraft collector in Minneapolis, is selling his 1954 Taylor Aerocar N-101D with an asking price of $1.25 million. His flying car of the retro-future sports a yellow and black body, still works! The Aerocar designed by Moulton Taylor in 1949, and only five were ever produced.

    • Ruth Milcarsz

      1954 Taylor AEROCAR | HUH. Available to purchase for $125,000,000 million - Only five of these were ever made.

    • catlett

      For sale by owner 1954 flying Taylor AEROCAR, yours now for only $125 million

    • Debra Sad

      Now that's what I call fly-drive! #travel 1954 Taylor AEROCAR | HUH.

    • Jacob Morgan Dunton

      /1954 flying taylor aerocar

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