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The Mizar (named after twin stars in the Big Dipper constellation) soared with an intended range of 750 miles and an air speed of 130 mph.
Once airborne, the car engine was shut off, and the Cessna’s 210 hp propeller engine was throttled up for liftoff, flying and landing!
Galpin Auto Sports - GAS

The Flying Pinto Article

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‘72 Mizar - The Flying Pinto


Galpin Auto Sports - GAS

Bert provided Smolinsky with a 1972 Ford Pinto to use as the “flying car” prototype.

Vehicle Info: 1972 Ford


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