The Aerocar N101D (1954) is owned by Greg Herrick’s Yellowstone Aviation Inc. and is maintained in flying condition. It’s currently on display at the Golden Wings Flying Museum located on the south west side of the Anoka County-Blaine Airport in Minneapolis. This aircraft has been featured flying overhead on the cover on the book “A Drive In the Clouds” by Jake Schultz.
This example could be yours if the price is right when it goes on auction at Barrett Jackson in early 2020, as this is the only vehicle currently registered as a roadworthy car and an FAA-certified airplane. The downside is that if you want to fly it, the wings and tail have to be towed around on an 8-foot trailer.
When you reach the airstrip, you then attach the flight gear, which takes around half an hour, then pop the transmission in neutral and switch the drive back to a pusher prop on the tail. Once you get rolling, you can take to the skies at 55 mph before reaching a cruise speed of around 100 mph in the air.