Dad, Can I Borrow the Skycar?

Martin, Sam
October 1999
Mother Earth News;Oct/Nov99, Issue 176, p14
Offers a look at the first-ever car that flies called the Moller Skycar manufactured by Moller International company. Chief engineer who designed the car; Engine used; Reason for the car to be environmentally friendly.


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