Now this is what I call a flying car. Those
daring lines, that bold circular wing, the breezy claim to be master
of land, sea and air. Constanios Vlachos, the
inventor of the Triphibian, claimed that his brainchild could travel
at 1000 miles per hour thanks to his revolutionary motor that could
run on petrol, compressed air or "special fuel" at a cost of $1.00 per
Pity it caught fire and nearly
incinerated its driver at its Washington, D.C. debut.