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And Now For Something Completely Different


The Boggs Airmaster

A Design by Herbert & Helen Boggs


The Boggs Airmaster was a flying car design that was patented in 1944. It was a rather odd idea. The vehicle came complete with a separate airframe, a separate automobile frame, and an interchangable cabin with engine. The cabin could be transferred as required. While the concept was an innovation, a crane must have been needed to accomplish the change from one mode to another. Not very convenient.

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To our knowledge, no development work was ever done on this design.



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Posted November 2007