Dixon Flying Car
Jess Dixon, of Andalusia, Alabama, got tired of being tied up in traffic jams, so he designed and built this novel flying vehicle around 1940. It was a combination of automobile, helicopter, autogiro, and motorcycle. It had two large lifting rotos in a single head, revolving in opposite directions. It was powered by an air-cooled 40 h.p. motor. He claimed his machine was capable of speeds up to 100 miles an hour, according to Modern Mechanics (Nov, 1941).