Skip to comments.Street Rod Cleared For Take Off - Is it a car or plane?
Posted on 03/24/2013 4:15:09 AM PDT by virgil283
Man converts an old Cessna into a street legal automobile shown in this video...
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I like the “play on words” for the name.
Ho boy lookie at this here thing :-)
Bruce Hallock’s flying car. It actually flew.
Killed by lawyers, as was almost the entire private plane business.
As with most of our society, too much time and too much money.
Sounds like this is out of a Communist Manifesto. Creativity and innovation is really a good thing.
Love the name.
Enough room to store a relic with fixed bayonet!
Barry Weiss driving the Blastolene Decko Liner on a recent
episode of Storage Wars
The name refers to the racing series in which it is raced.
It looks better than a Pontiac Aztek!
LOL! What doesn't?!
My Aztek is not amused.
Probably the most least stolen SUV in America as well.
Saw a TV show about an aircraft that may have been a DC3 that was converted into a boat down in Florida.
But I agree about this, a future Communist controlled America will NOT allow creativity or freedom of the masses, Obamas plan is to kill off the clunkers, make green tech a failure and to force the people into security monitored mass transit.
“As with most of our society, too much time and too much money.”
Hows that OWS thing workin’ out for ya?
The narrow wheel base would make the vehicle unstable and frankly very dangerous at high speeds on the ground.
I was contracted in to the GM Tech Center ‘97-’00 and the first two programs I worked on were the Buick Rendevous and Pontiac Aztek (GMT-250/255). The work I did was strictly interiors-related and I felt like, “Wow, this thing is gonna rock...” but when it started getting closer to being a prototype I was seeing (wince) what it was going to look like on the outside.
Left out the word “wasted”. Does that lessen the digs?
My wife drives the V6 2005 Aztek in Alaska, Pontiac does have some poor electrical issues but the engine is rock solid, the Aztek had some wheel bearing issues and the AWD sensors but has done quite well in Arctic conditions and snow.
Do I regret buying it? Not really since it was a whole lot less than the much smaller Subaru Legacy. It is massively roomy on the inside.
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