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Fulton Airphibian

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November 1946.
November 1946.

Designed by Mr. Robert Fulton at Danbury, Connecticut, U.S.A and constructed by Continental Incorporated.

A two-seater, single-engine monoplane with a three-bladed wooden propeller and a cruising speed of 125 mph and it takes only seven minutes to convert into a car.

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