Thursday, June 28, 2018

Ford LevaCar, the 1960 concept exhibit was destroyed in a fire, floated a few inches off the ground on three air jets, but only while tethered over a glass floor within the Ford Rotunda


Ford spent millions developing the Levacar Mach I . Though the tiny, single-passenger bubble was restricted to gliding around an indoor glass track, the Jetsons-styled coupe actually did levitate.

In the car above is Andrew Kucher, the VP of Ford Engineering and Research




http://midcenturymodernfreak.tumblr.com/post/72987865185/1959-the-ford-levacar-mach-1-concept-at-the-ford
https://www.facebook.com/groups/stiffspeed/permalink/1459004630912815/
http://www.curbside.tv/blog/2018/4/22/when-cars-flew

2 comments:

  1. They could have made the worlds largest air hockey game!

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    1. sir, I applaud you! GREAT idea!

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