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Roger Williamson's



"ROADRUNNER"


Roadrunner "The Roadrunner", designed by Roger Williamson of San Antonio Texas,was a two place vehicle. As a car it was designed to achieve freeway speeds. As an aircraft it was expected to achieve a cruise speed of 140MPH. Conversion time was set at five minutes. Separate engines for flight and ground use were to be installed in the auto portion.
RoadrunnerTrailer The June 2001 edition of EAA's "Sport Aviation" contained Williamson's excellent article on the "Roadrunner". Although in ground-mode it was equipped with three wheels to be licensed as a motorcycle, it was closer to being a Micro-car. If you have forgotten, or have never heard of the Micro-cars of the 1950's, there is information on the "Isetta" micro-car at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isetta

Until 2004 Roger Williamson operated a website at -
http://www.stic.net/users/willyfp/index.html

However, in that year the site disappeared from the web.

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