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"Modular" Flying Cars


Dual purpose machines that have one set of components for flight and another for driving, are considered to be "MODULAR" vehicles. The modules are combined or separated when changing from one mode to the other. Click on the Design Name for information on vehicles shown below.

Design NameDesigner/DeveloperDate/Era
Aerocar Moulton Taylor 1950's
Aerocycle Wolff Aerocycle Current
Airphibian Robert Fulton 1940's
Antonov KT Oleg K. Antonov 1940's
Ascender Gee-Bee 1933
Autoplane
Glenn Curtiss 1917
Bel Geddes Flying Car
Norman Bel Geddes 1954
The Boggs Airmaster
H. & H. Boggs Current
Christie Tank Christie/Rolfe 1940's
Cons.Vultee111 Consolidated Vultee 1940's
ConVairCar Theodore P. Hall 1940's
CoRvair Erwin Stockwell 1970's
Gwinn Aircar Joseph M. Gwinn 1937/38
Klug's Flying Car Mathias Klug 1997
Messerschmitt Messerschmitt Car Club Current
Mitzar Smolinski & Blake 1970's
Motopod Motorcycle Pilot Current
Nye/Poisson
Nye/Poisson
1952
Porsch/Skymaster
Vranek
Current
Roadrunner Roger Williamson Current
Transair Trans Air Systems Inc. Current
Volante K.P.Rice Current
Vuia "1" Trajan Vuia 1906


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