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Old 06-25-2020, 05:00 PM   #3453 (permalink)
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Not cars but they do have wheels.

https://justacarguy.blogspot.com/202...-for-1947.html

I was more interested in the Sky-Pal, but there is nothing about it in my-search-engine-of-choice. The Flymobile has two references. One is just the picture. The other says
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This roadable co-axial rotors light helicopter was developed and built by Mr. Curtis Wright. The CW-2 Flymobile, also referred to as the Wekcopter, appeared around 1945 and was powered by one 90hp Franklin 4AC199 engine. Possibly the CW-2 was not flight tested. Although the designer was not related to the Curtiss-Wright company, he chose to use the manufacture’s name Curtis Wright.
Yet it appears in Trailer News in an ad. Wikipedia lists it as an unbuilt two-seat monoplane. I like the Indian motorcycle fenders.
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