This Week’s Hints to help you along:
- Streamlined and bearing the classic curves of the late 1930s.
- The exhaust pipe is a flyover in front of the windshield.
- Control systems are designed like a car with a wheel atop a stick.
- A pedal on the floor deploys the flaps — and there are no rudders!
- A big hit at Cleveland that promised an era of a plane in every garage.
So do you know what this aircraft is?
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It is the GWINN Aircar. Only two producted in 1937 and 1938. First flight in early 1937.Abandonned after crash in 1938. Gwinn aircraft was a Buffalo company. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gwinn_Aircar
Yes, this is the amazing Gwinn Aircar!