The Airscoot was a quite unusual car made by the Wichita, Kansas-based company Aircraft Products in 1947 to fit the need for a small car that could commute to and from airports then be folded up and put aboard private aircraft. It was able to attain this goal by weighing a mere 72 lb, and measuring only 37 inches in length. Passenger and stowage accommodations included seats for two passengers and a luggage rack in front for two suitcases.

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  • The Airscoot was a quite unusual car made by the Wichita, Kansas-based company Aircraft Products in 1947 to fit the need for a small car that could commute to and from airports then be folded up and put aboard private aircraft. It was able to attain this goal by weighing a mere 72 lb, and measuring only 37 inches in length. Passenger and stowage accommodations included seats for two passengers and a luggage rack in front for two suitcases. Its one-cylinder, 2.6 horsepower air-cooled engine claimed to be capable of 60 mpg, though the gas tank could only hold 3/10ths of a gallon. Little further information is available on this car.
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  • The Airscoot was a quite unusual car made by the Wichita, Kansas-based company Aircraft Products in 1947 to fit the need for a small car that could commute to and from airports then be folded up and put aboard private aircraft. It was able to attain this goal by weighing a mere 72 lb, and measuring only 37 inches in length. Passenger and stowage accommodations included seats for two passengers and a luggage rack in front for two suitcases.
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