Category:Aerocar International Aerocar

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Aerocar International Aerocar seen in James May's Big Ideas.

Moulton Taylor was the designer and builder of the single roadable aircraft. Despite the Aerocar International company, the products are usually named Taylor Aerocar.

Only six Aerocar International Aerocar of in three variants were built between 1949 and 1966.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Aerocar International Aerocar.


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Pages in category "Aerocar International Aerocar"

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