The Aerocar Company was located in Detroit, Michigan and their 1907 Model C Touring Runabout was a new and rare design beauty.
It has a hard, dull oil-paint finish was was practically wear-proof.
Its Aeroplane Mud Guards, also entirely new, lightened the car and made steering easy. It had 36 inch wheels and the air-cooled motor reached up to 50 MPH.
The Aerocar Model A Touring 5-passenger car was $2,500 with lamp and horn and could go as high as $2,800.
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