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Flying Car Turns up on eBay for $5 Million

Flying Car Turns up on eBay for $5 Million
Moller International sunk $150 million into the development of the M400 Skycar back in the early 2000s. The catch was that the car never really came to maturity and never received FAA certification to fly. If none of that matters to you, you can buy the M400 Skycar over on eBay.
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Geely Buying Terrafugia Flying Car Company

Geely Buying Terrafugia Flying Car Company
Flying cars are something that many of us have dreamed of since we knew what dreams were. The appeal of a car that parks in your garage, drives down the road, and can take to the skies is undeniable.
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AeroMobil Plans to Launch a Flying Car in 2017

AeroMobil Plans to Launch a Flying Car in 2017
People have been claiming that the flying car is just around the corner since the airplane was a new invention. The early examples were all insane death traps with detachable wings and such that didn’t work, many of the middling examples were car-esque suppositories with giant jets attached to them that also didn’t work, and then there’s this new breed.
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2016 Vaylon Pegase: The Flying ATV

2016 Vaylon Pegase: The Flying ATV
Despite its promotional footage looking like something out of a video game, the makers of the Vaylon Pegase are really working on building this unusual vehicle, which combines an off-road buggy with an ultra-light aircraft. The Pegase is designed for driving across a variety of ground terrains, including wet or dry obstacles, and can then can be propelled into flight without need for a long runway.
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Parajet Skyrunner Flying Car

Parajet Skyrunner Flying Car
Part all-terrain buggy, part light aircraft, the Parajet Skyrunner is a flying car built on a lightweight, off-road chassis and powered by a Ford 1.0 liter Ecoboost engine. The Skyrunner is a capable vehicle both on the ground, where it has an off-road suspension, and in flight, thanks to its lightweight and reflex paraglider wing, although we’re not sure where you stow the paraglider after you’ve safely landed in front of Starbucks.
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