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- The Aerocar was an American automobile built from 1905 to 1908 in Detroit, Michigan. Backed by Henry Ford's former partner, coal merchant Alexander Malcomson, the short-lived company offered an air-cooled 24 hp four-cylinder luxury car which sold for $2800.
- Aerocar is a firm founded by Ed Sweeney in Black Forest, Colorado, in the United States, to produce a roadable aircraft named the Aerocar 2000. The vehicle is insipred by the original Aerocar, of which 5 were built and Sweeney owns the only one that still flies.
Aerocar International's Aerocar was an American roadable aircraft, designed and built by Moulton Taylor in Longview, Washington, in 1949. Although six examples were built, the Aerocar never entered production.
- also known as zentriert|miniatur
- official website: www.aerocar.com
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by A.C. Rogers Jr.
The Taylor Aerocar is a notable historic flying car which, although none of its six models everentered production, is one of the most famous “flying car” designedand flown to date. Itslatest model(Aerocar III)ison display at Seattle's Museum of ...
An International Magazine by Albert Shaw
The Aerocar is a big, handsome automobile, thoroughly up to the minute in graceful ...
The Index (1906)
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Dictionary of Aviation (1911)
by Robert Morris Pierce
an aeronautical apparatus; an aerocar; an airship; an aeroplane . aerobat 'ee-az3,baet n. [also spelt acrobat] a dirigible balloon or airship; a flyingsmachine ; an aerodrome. aerobate 'ee-az3,bet intr. [also spelt aerobate] walk ...
DCC Dictionary 1.0 (2014)
by William H. Bradley
Mailing Address: AeroCar Hobby Lubricants PO Box 336 Western Springs, Illinois ...
The Elementary Principles, Construction, Operation and Repair of Automobiles, Gasoline Engines and Automobile Electric Systems; Including Trucks, Tractors, Motorcoaches, Automotive Diesel Engines, Aircraft Engines and Motorcyles by Andrew Lee Dyke
Detroit Aerocar......... - - - - - - - ........... : Auto Parts Co., Chicago Puritan Machine Co., Detroit International Motor Co., ...
by David J. Bodenhamer, Robert G. Barrows
TAT built a brick and concrete U-shaped terminal with two wings, one for offices and the other for a garage to store the "Aerocar" trailer used for local passenger transportation.
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- Whirlpool Aerocar
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- Whirlpool Spanish AeroCar
Wonderful place in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
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- Aerocar A.Morin (c.1949) Ydral 125cc
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- EAA Museum - Aerocar
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- Wings for a 1954 Taylor Aerocar
You can see a bit of the wings in this photo of the Taylor Aerocar.
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- The whirlpool aerocar
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- P1050251 Aerocar
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Scrabble value of A1E1R1O1C3A1R1
The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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