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Max speed: 117 MPH
Cruise speed: 97 MPH
Stall speed: 50 MPH
Range: 261 NM
Service Ceiling: 12,000 Ft
Rate of Climb: 610 Ft/Min
Aerocar International's Aerocar (often called the Taylor 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.
N101D (1954) is maintained in flying condition and is on display at the Golden Wings Flying Museum located on the south west side of the Anoka County-Blaine Airport in Minneapolis. This aircraft is featured flying overhead on the cover on the book "A Drive In the Clouds" by Jake Schultz.
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