Aerocar International

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Aerocar International
Industry Automobile
Products flying automobiles

Aerocar International was a roadable aircraft manufacturer, founded by Moulton Taylor in Longview, Washington. Work continued until the late 1960s when changing legislation made Taylor's designs impractical.

Aircraft[edit]

  • Aerocar I (1949) – Single-engine two-seat roadable aircraft. 135 hp (101 kW) aircraft engine
  • Aerocar Aero-Plane (1964) – Aircraft-only derivative of Aerocar I. 143 hp (107 kW) aircraft engine
  • Aerocar III – Reworked fuselage derivative of Aerocar I. 143 hp (107 kW) aircraft engine. One produced
  • Aerocar Coot (1969) – Single-engine two-seat floatplane with pusher propeller
  • Aerocar IMP – Single-engine four-seat pusher aircraft
  • Aerocar Mini-IMP – Single-engine single-seat smaller version of IMP
  • Aerocar Bullet – Single-engine two-seat version of IMP
  • Aerocar Micro-IMP (1981) – Single-engine single-seat smaller version of Mini-IMP
  • Aerocar Ultra-IMP (1987) – Development of Micro-IMP with ultralight aircraft engine. One produced

See also[edit]

  • Aerocar 2000, a roadable aircraft currently in development in the United States

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