Oldest Flying Car up for Auction

In 1934, electrician and hobbyist Frank Skroback built the first airplane that could be driven on a road. Or the first car that could be flown. It has six wings and an overall width of seven feet, so it can fit inside a lane. The plane will be auctioned at Red Baron's Antiques in Atlanta on March 13.

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Only way that thing could fly is if it was driven off a tall cliff - then it would be a quick straight down flight to it's permanent parking space.
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