Flying Car Museum

Flying Car Museum


Welcome to Harry Kraemer Flying Car page found on the webs only Flymall.

Flying Cars - a dream that has been around almost as long as powered flight.

In the mid 1960s my father gave me a book on cars and in this book I saw a flying car that Ford was to develop – the Volante (this book is now the center piece of my collection). The space race was at its peak, the United States was about to put a man on the moon. TV shows like The Jetsons, Star Trek, and Lost In Space were on the air. And as a young kid I thought we would soon have a flying car in our driveway. At that time I became fascinated with flying cars. Over the years I have collected everything I could find related to flying cars (everything I could find and afford). I have books, models, research papers, CAD drawings from failed companies, etc. I have an entire room full of flying car memorabilia (an interest and collection that has grown for over 40 years). And the room has evolved to this small museum - The Flymall Flying Car Museum. Harry Kraemer

Click here for Harry's Flying Car picture collection on Flickr

Interesting flying car facts:

On August 17,1903, the first patent for a flying car was issued in Paris to Dr. Trajan Vuia.

In 1919 Glenn Curtiss' Autoplane made a very short flight.

Click here to shop in our store for flying car items and collectables

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Henry Ford, Chairman, Ford Motor Company-1940 “Mark my word: A combination airplane and motorcar is coming. You may smile. But it will come…”
Flymall, Maryland
Today in Aviation History
January 20, 1953: First licensed pilot to become President , Dwight D Eisenhower. He soloed in 1937 while serving with Gen Douglas MacArthur in the Philippines and received his pilot's license (#93528) in July 1939. Eisenhower was also the first to have a presidential helicopter, in 1957. First President as a combat pilot was George H Bush, who flew combat missions in a USN Grumman TBF during WW2. Neither, however, pursued a career in aviation. Son, George W Bush, was first President qualified as jet pilot (Texas ANG).