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Flying Flivver: 1935

Flying Flivver: 1935

Washington, D.C., or vicinity, 1935. "Waterman Arrowplane." Waldo Waterman's roadable airplanes had no trouble getting airborne, but they never really took off. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.

 

The REAL Flying Flivver

Henry Ford put the world on wheels, and then wanted to put the world in the air! Article in The Old Motor.

This Airplane Is Condemned

You see this squashed bug on the windshield? This plane is hazardous to the environment! Unless this hazard to bugs can be removed, it will not allowed to fly!

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